- adj. too obvious to be doubted
- adv. in a manner or to a degree that could not be doubted
“That Wolff and Zywny knew each other is proved beyond doubt by the above-mentioned letter of Zywny's, introducing the former to Chopin, then resident in Paris.”
“Combat operations in World War II and Korea, combined with a growing number of experienced naval airmen able to articulate, consolidate, and pass on their knowledge, proved beyond doubt that in the latter part of the twentieth century seapower was impossible without airpower.”
“During all this time Pelagia became convinced that Antonio Corelli was dead, and like her father she became assured beyond doubt of the reality of ghosts.”
“Suppose some learned scholar were to discover a Fifth Gospel which proved beyond doubt that Our Lord survived the Cross and became a bandit or a slave-trader, or a politician, even - d'you think it would disturb the Christian faith one little bit?”
“By ancient English law, that strong preference which was all that any man could claim of right belonged beyond doubt to the youngest of William's sons, the English AEtheling Henry.”
“Mrs. Croly was the recipient of many evidences of the honor and affection in which her own sex held her, and beyond doubt the organizations of which she was the inspiring force will pay to her memory the tributes her disinterestedness and abilities deserved, exercised as she always was for so long with projects nearly related to the better equipment of effective womanhood for the conditions and conduct of life.”
“About the time of the second French invasion of Normandy Earl Harold became beyond doubt the first man in England, and for the first time a chance of the royal succession was opened to him.”
“You're positive beyond doubt that it was T'ron and Fidranth?”
“What seems beyond doubt is that we have moved in the direction of a global economy in which new world-straddling enterprises coexist uneasily with older national boundaries and prerogatives.”
“Sadly, the ‘bones of Mary Magdalene’ at St Maximin are definitely fakes, and it can be proved beyond doubt that the documents that apparently authenticated them are blatant forgeries—they used the dating system current in the thirteenth century, which was different from that of the eighth, and there was no Saracen threat in France at the time indicated29.”
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