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- adj. Incapable of being doubted; indubitable.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Indubitable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not to be doubted; indubitable.
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Calling it "undoubtable" is a mischaracterization of the facts.
But there is a cruel irony that underpins the undoubtable brilliance of the advert, which is that Thinkbox is a marketing organisation for the commercial TV stations, whose sole raison d'être is to persuade companies that TV advertising is the best way to get people interested in whatever it is they are touting.
In one column were her undoubtable spontaneous expressions of her usual love and care for him, her many acts of comfort-serving and of advice-asking and advice-obeying.
The former sailor held the sour memories close for decades, but then they poured out in our talk in a manner that made their authenticity and accuracy undoubtable.
There are many ways of viewing the Ten Plagues -- as theological lesson, as natural disaster, as literary flourish -- but there is one undoubtable consequence: they wreak havoc on Egypt.
Sadly the priorities I identified five years ago remain the major challenges for social change today, although undoubtable progress has been made in each area.
As soon as Bella sees the Cullens in the cafateria, I was undoubtable HOOKED on the book that I could not put it down!
Whether it's being used as a political leverage is undoubtable but it doesn't change the fact that the science that informed the initial shift.
According to the Bible, God gave great and undoubtable signs - parting seas, fire from heaven, and so on.
"On the other hand, you may reason with the (undoubtable) equation between the eteocretan words ISALURIA and ISALABRE (different declinated forms of a stem *isalawr = goat's cheese)."