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- adv. Without question; indubitably.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Unquestionably.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. without doubt; certainly
There doubtlessly is a Toronto mom reading this who would be more than happy to come over and help you with your sling dilemma.
Mr Cronje said offloading delays were in the order of 60 hours and factories were "doubtlessly" experiencing problems in getting materials.
This will doubtlessly open the flood gates the of the raw meat christianist fundamentalist cash reservoir, sending waves of campaign donations surging into McDonnell's campaign fund.
Over the next few days, details of new plans for propping up the Greek economy with more external money and for renegotiating the terms of some private debt will doubtlessly be announced in a hail of commentary suggesting that the end of the Greek tragedy is nigh.
While, doubtlessly, DOD, State, AND USAID are doing the best they can to make SPOT work some issues are likely to prove difficult to solve.
Regardless of the extent to which groups of investors do or do not become antagonistic, individual renegades will doubtlessly stir the pot.
As you can see, the litigation will doubtlessly be directed at the loan servicers who created this next generation of destruction.
For one thing, marijuana formerly produced in Mexico will soon be produced locally, doubtlessly saving hundreds of thousands of miles in transportation and oil usage.
As many of you doubtlessly know, getting your foot in the door is the hardest part of becoming a drug-addled, world-weary, bourgeois lech with a ballpoint pen for a cock and the world's ear as your toilet the rest comes surprisingly easy.
Joseph Heller tried to capture this frustrating dynamic in his book Catch 22, but doubtlessly some agent made him change the plot to focus on the "madness of war" for "marketing and demographic reasons."