- Latin indubius. See in-- + not, and dubious. (Wiktionary)
“Her pallor that morning refined the indubious coarseness of her face, and changed vulgarity into the attractive originality of a spirited character.”
“Her accent was slight but indubious, yet impossible to place.”
“Was he appalled by her real age; could he ever get away from the indubious fact that whatever miracle science may have effected, her literal age was verging on sixty?”
“Am I not free to attend for the ripe and indubious instinct?”
“The princess 'fiancé; bridegroom-to-be; future husband, lord and master, "she explained, with indubious and positive iteration.”
“The burthen of "a numeroui family was alfo to be alleviated, not only to the loweft poor, but to widows and to indubious couples in a fomewhat better way of employment.”
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