indubitably

[ in-doo-bi-tuh-buh l, -dyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF indubitably
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Yet in their racial and national relationships they are indubitably American.

The Old and Merrie England indubitably procured it from those elements.

We have, however, a Latin poem which is indubitably his work.

Indubitably, it would be more likely that a jury would convict Perry.

To the wrecker of railroads on Wall Street it was indubitably petty.

The time had been discreetly chosen—the coast was indubitably clear.

Coupled with his swinging corn tax, it was indubitably a stout platform.

This interpretation is indubitably close to ours, though not to be confused with it.

Indubitably he was of the nobility: his very bearing revealed that.

"And those the weakest," said the other voice, which was indubitably that of Larry Fitzgibbon.

WORD ORIGIN

late 15c., from indubitable + -ly (2).

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