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- adv. In an undeniable manner, or to an undeniable extent.
- adv. Used as a modal adverb to assert that that the indicated statement is undeniable.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an undeniable manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- So plainly as to admit of no contradiction or denial; indisputably.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. to an undeniable degree or in an undeniable manner
But the term undeniably has moral connotations as well.
The dark vignettes, over saturated colours, and often blown highlights have a certain undeniably flawed appeal to many.
Although the Sanskrit term undeniably has these derogatory connotations, the more neutral translation non-Indic-speaking invaders, shortened to non-Indic invaders, is less confrontational than “barbarians.”
The religious dimension that undeniably is to be found in his writings adheres, however, to no particular creed.
Virtuose pastiches on Spanish baroque poetry in frills, and beside them folksong variations of rustic themes, were characteristic elements in the renewal during the 1920s south of the Pyrenees, and they distinguish it undeniably from the manifestos up by the
Now we had been taken notice of, put forward, and patronized, in undeniably genteel society.
Because once you put aside the repeated miracle comebacks, the five-game winning streak, the personal mission of faith, the reversal of conventional football wisdom and the fact that he's soaked his critics with a Gatorade tub, you're left with the fact that his name is undeniably fun to say.
It is undeniably a word, but using it in formal contexts (and many informal ones) is likely to invoke criticism and even scorn.
Consider This: This name undeniably evokes images of former dictator Saddam Hussein.
And if Bush "undeniably" hurts our reputation so much, why do nations keep electing US supporters like Merkel and Sarkozy?
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