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- adv. without question; beyond doubt; indubitably.
- adv. OK, right-on
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Without doubt; indubitably.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. without question and beyond doubt
- adv. without question
Yet Mr. Bush's flirtation with the term unquestionably pushed Muslim intellectuals to debate the legitimacy of its use and the cult of martyrdom that had -- and may still have -- a widespread grip on many among the faithful.
And in a charter of Charles the Simple, _circ. _ 900, the term unquestionably occurs in this latter signification, disconnected from
“When people curse their parents, it unquestionably is a capital crime,” he writes.
Lehane has done something brave and ambitious: He has written a historical novel that unquestionably is his grab for the brass ring, an effort to establish his credentials in literary as well as commercial terms.
Jonathan Yardley on Lehane's Given Day: Lehane has done something brave and ambitious: He has written a historical novel that unquestionably is his grab for the brass ring, an effort to establish his credentials in literary as well as commercial terms ....
Frankenstein unquestionably joins with other early nineteenth-century texts (see Ellenberger 143-215) in beginning to craft the ingredients of the unconscious and the interpretation of dreams that Sigmund Freud proposed as scientific truth by the 1890s.
TORONTO - Petr Buzek unquestionably is the unlikeliest participant at
Kashmir unquestionably is a very large problem, an emotional problem.
Positive law, proceeding from the free will of the legislator, unquestionably is endowed with a majesty which commands obedience, because such law is necessary to render the natural law more explicit and applicable to the concrete circumstances of life.
The Airlift unquestionably is the greatest triumph of organization and execution in the history of aviation.