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indubitable

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj indubitable too obvious to be doubted
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • indubitable Not dubitable; too plain to admit of doubt: as, indubitable proof.
    • indubitable Synonyms See list under indisputable.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • adj Indubitable in-dū′bit-a-bl that cannot be doubted: certain
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Usage

In literature:

That he did indeed dash in pieces publicly a flask of glass is, I am assured, indubitable.
"France and the Republic" by William Henry Hurlbert
They are extremely well bred, and stamped with the indubitable seal of nobility on their brow.
"Travels and Adventures of Monsieur Violet" by Captain Marryat
And, indubitably, supremely important.
"Subspace Survivors" by E. E. Smith
Here at last was the indubitable evidence of the existence and presence of the terrible animal we had come so far to see.
"The Gorilla Hunters" by R.M. Ballantyne
Indubitably he was of the nobility: his very bearing revealed that.
"Luna Benamor" by Vicente Blasco Ibáñez
Indubitably he had forgotten her long since.
"The Californians" by Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton
Poor Stevenson, whose early death is still a poignant grief was indubitably a man of genius.
"My Contemporaries In Fiction" by David Christie Murray
The first indubitable item is trivial and unsavory enough.
"The Facts About Shakespeare" by William Allan Nielson
That meant a problematically useful, indubitably dull debate.
"Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 146, April 1, 1914" by Various
That there had been Indians upon the ground was now an ascertained fact; the peculiar shoeing of the horses rendered it indubitable.
"The War Trail" by Mayne Reid
Undoubtedly passerine in structure, shrikes are as indubitably raptores by nature.
"Birds of the Indian Hills" by Douglas Dewar
And yet he knew, with an indubitable knowledge, that he should ask her again.
"A Venetian June" by Anna Fuller
The French Emperor is indubitably in a dangerous state.
"The Letters of Charles Dickens" by Charles Dickens
But a crystal ball is indubitably perfect.
"Patty's Success" by Carolyn Wells
O brother, the Infinite of Terror, of Hope, of Pity, did it not at any moment disclose itself to thee, indubitable, un-nameable?
"Past and Present" by Thomas Carlyle
It was indubitably bad.
"The Boy Scouts Book of Campfire Stories" by Various
This suspicion, in my opinion, is perfectly warranted by the indubitable proofs of your intended desertion.
"Nuts for Future Historians to Crack" by Various
Nothing but this hostile conduct would have afforded so indubitable a proof of the thing impugned.
"The Formation of Christendom, Volume VI" by Thomas W. (Thomas William) Allies
That the demon, and even a good angel by the permission or commission of God, can take away the life of a man appears indubitable.
"The Phantom World" by Augustin Calmet
Rathburn's teeth snapped shut, his jaw squared, and his eyes narrowed, as he saw indubitable signs that he had been detected.
"The Coyote" by James Roberts
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In poetry:

I wait the indubitable word,
The great Unconscious Cue.
Has it been spoken and unheard?
Spoken, perhaps, by you ...?
"In Uncertainty To A Lady" by Aldous Huxley
Out of the cloud that covers me
And blots the stars and seldom lifts,
I thank whatever gods may be
For my indubitable gifts.
"The Good Conceit" by Thomas William Hodgson Crosland
Whatever I may here disclaim,
The very clever folk I sing to
Will most indubitably cling to
Their pet delusion, just the same.
"La Nuit Blanche" by Rudyard Kipling
A rainbow fallen—but within the soul
Its deep indubitable iris burns;
An anthem stilled—yet for its ghostly goal
The incommunicable music yearns.
"The Evanescent City" by George Sterling
“That drink’s a curse that hangeth like a leech—
A sad but most indubitable fact is,
Mankind was meant to drink alone, I preach,
And what I preach invariably practise.
"Jimmy Wood" by Barcroft Henry Boake

In news:

Müller is the third man in this equation, but the German was never the player that Pelé indubitably was, or that Messi is becoming.
Their sexuality is indubitable, as the young women are mostly dressed in under garments.
It's the most irksome and indubitable law of the universe: Fate favors The Planner.
Though Philly's day to shine is indubitably on the Fourth, many locals extend brotherly loving arms to the French to pay celebrate fourteenth, aka France's Bastille Day.
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In science:

One of those properties is an expression of our point of view, already presented in Section 4.3.1, that only normalized preparations are indubitably legitimate.
Concrete Foundations for Categorical Quantum Physics
Since the possible internal or external perturbations are very complex, the overlapped caustics are indubitably not universal in the real cases of gravitational lensing.
Multipole Gravitational Lensing and High-order Perturbations on the Quadrupole Lens
It is indubitably known that testing is the last opportunity for the software industries to develop high quality software.
Analysis of Test Efficiency during Software Development Process
This is an (indubitably predictable) lesson of the 1991 Loebner prize competition.
Lessons from a Restricted Turing Test
At the very least one would hope that they would correct up to first order in α, as they are indubitably correct to zeroth order—but that hardly constitutes progress! It is not much good having them agree with perturbation theory in one gauge (for some L and T ) but being wrong in another gauge.
A critique of the gauge technique
Indubitably, of all problems concerning packing it was the sphere packing problem which attracted the most attention in the past decade.
Improving Rogers' upper bound for the density of unit ball packings via estimating the surface area of Voronoi cells from below in Euclidean d-space for all d>7
The two main components of the closest star system, α Centauri AB (RA 14h39m, Dec -60o50’, J2000.0) is indubitably one of the most studied visual double stars.
Recalculating the Orbit of {\alpha}-Centauri AB
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