Definitions

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  • adv. Without doubt.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Without doubt; without question; indubitably.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. without doubt; certainly

Etymologies

undoubted +‎ -ly (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • As I glanced at my colleagues around the table, each person looked slightly apprehensive, and my expression undoubtedly mirrored theirs.

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  • Today, the title undoubtedly goes to giant advertising company Google which sees the world, and everything in it, as its advertising oyster.

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  • “Biosolid” was a term undoubtedly invented by some public relations expert who was clever enough to know that the marketing potential of the product would be severely limited if the stuff was sold under its real name: processed human shit.

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  • Whatever other elements may enter into the composition of a great character, this undoubtedly is the noblest and the best.

    A Great Man Fallen!

  • Charles Krauthammer noted the near-complete absence of people other than Michelle Obama who stood up to testify from personal knowledge about Obama's life or work an ABC News report at the time, entitled "Sex Ed for Kindergarteners 'Right Thing to Do,' Says Obama," - a title undoubtedly craftily planted many months in advance by the McCain campaign, kinda like the way

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  • "Biosolid" was a term undoubtedly invented by some public relations expert who was clever enough to know that the marketing potential of the product would be severely limited if the stuff was sold under its real name: processed human shit.

    The Stone Monkey

  • But much that is stunning here undoubtedly comes from the vision of people like co-executive producer Frank Darabont, who wrote and directed the pilot.

    Everything Old Is New Again

  • Commerce, undoubtedly, is traffic, but it is something more: it is intercourse.

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  • (9 Wheat.) 1, 189, 6 L. Ed.23, 77 (1824), that “Commerce, undoubtedly, is traffic, but it is something more: it is intercourse.”

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The First Amendment and Advertisements of Legal Prostitution

  • So, I agree – Palin undoubtedly appeals to the core values – she's simply the same version of that archetype from the south and midwest, except she has a somewhat different accent. gl, From Pittsburgh

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