from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Accepted as beyond question; undisputed. See Synonyms at authentic.
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- adj. Without doubt; without question; certain.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not doubted; not called in question; indubitable; indisputable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not doubted; not called in question; indubitable; indisputable.
- Not filled with doubt, apprehension, fear, or the like; hence, confident; bold; fearless; redoubted.
- Not being an object of doubt or suspicion; unsuspected.
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Now this forensic family and the moral family are supposed, both together, to be derived from the Sanscrit radical dik, which means to show, and is the undoubted root of the Greek word deiknumi, which also means to show.
Board, and drew a salary of three hundred and fifty pounds a year from the resources of his country; but when, in addition to this source of official wealth, he became known as the undoubted possessor of a hundred and twenty-eight shares in one of the most prosperous joint-stock banks in the metropolis, which property had been left to him free of legacy duty by the lamented nobleman above named, then Mr
Before this, John Eames had not been a very poor man, as he filled the comfortable official position of the private secretary to the Chief Commissioner of the Income – Tax Board, and drew a salary of three hundred and fifty pounds a year from the resources of the country; but when, in addition to this source of official wealth, he became known as the undoubted possessor of a hundred and twenty-eight shares in one of the most prosperous joint-stock banks in the metropolis, which property had been left to him free of legacy duty by the lamented nobleman above named, then Mr John
In 1973 she lost custody of her daughter Emma, not because of her drinking, but because of what the judge called her "undoubted ambition".
It reflects part of reality-namely the undoubted reversal of emphasis from war limited in space, scope, and objectives to global strife for grandiose ends, using means beyond those permitted before 1914.
To such a man, as he recalls the undoubted wrongs done the
The unexpected tone and tenor of Gascoyne's remark had softened him slightly; but, recalling the undoubted proofs that he had had of his really being a pirate, he soon steeled his heart against him.
Do you think there will be some kind of undoubted interruption in the flow of oil into the United States because it's hitting this particular area?
Mr Hattingh quoted the ANC chairman's testimony that eyewitnesses had given him names of police involved in the attack, and also his affirmation that at the time of the alleged attack he still had "undoubted" trust in the police.
Mr. Theodore Cook, who has written authoritatively of him where others have guessed or accepted tradition, has been informed of more than seven; and, in collecting details of relics of the great horse, he has been supplied with evidence that Eclipse possessed no fewer than six "undoubted" skeletons, nine