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Definition of Indubitable

  • Not dubitable or doubtful; too evident to admit of doubt; unquestionable; evident; apparently certain; as, an indubitable conclusion.

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And one of the most remarkable of contemporary Russian novels-Andreev's "The Seven Who Were Hanged," a book bearing on every page the stamp of indubitable genius-radiates a sympathy and pity that are almost divine.
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This story gave the first indubitable proof of its author's genius, and to-day in the world's fiction it holds an unassailable place in the front rank.
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Forlorn misery, intensified by successive humiliations, whereof the latest was the bitterest, hardened her even against the one, the indubitable friend, to whom she had never looked in vain for help and solace.
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As to the existence of spirit in the mineral: it is indubitable that minerals are endowed with a spirit and life according to the requirements of that stage.
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But there is one constant and indubitable fact which refutes beyond contradiction all these doubtful accounts of past ages.
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I admit you were like an angel to me, and absorbed in the beautifulest manner all thunder-clouds into the depths of your immeasurable a ether;-and it is indubitable I love you very well, and have long done, and mean to do.
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It is indubitable that in this way political centralisation gave an impulse to a greater centralisation of worship also, and the tendency towards the latter continued to operate after the separation of the two kingdoms,-in Israel not quite in the same manner as in Judah.
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The contradiction is indubitable when in Genesis ii.
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The men, who had been searching about, now brought up from among the grass several other skulls, each one giving the same indubitable evidence of the manner in which the owner had been slain.
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When I turned my mind to this subject, I did not propose to myself any novel or strange aim, but simply to demonstrate by certain and indubitable reason, those things which agree best with practice.
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Subsequently, when Matt Peasley presented in his person indubitable evidence of the wisdom of the old saw that you cannot keep a good man down, Michael J. became skipper of the _Retriever_.
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The indubitable fact that lots of men and women in your neighborhood really need THE MENORAH JOURNAL makes the prospects for both of us exceedingly bright. Cash in!
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No doubt the author is well qualified to select his own judge, and why should the arbiter whom he has chosen doubt his own talents for condemnation or acquittal, since he has been doubtless picked out by his friend, from his indubitable reliance on their competence?
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The indubitable and hopeful fact is that in every normal boy the potent germ of religion is present.
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There is indubitable evidence that his grace refers to the scandalous delusions of La Salette.
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The indubitable fact that lots of men and women in your neighborhood really need THE MENORAH JOURNAL makes the prospects for both of us exceedingly bright.
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No doubt, this is a very striking difference, but it loses much of its apparent systematic value, when viewed by the light of certain other equally indubitable facts respecting cranial capacities.
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I believe," said Henry to the States ambassador, "that the right of Brandenburg is indubitable, and it is better for you and for me that he should be the man rather than Neuburg, who has always sought assistance from the House of Austria.
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He would take the gendarmes there, and they could arrest the Captain for the murder of Sultan of which his papers contained indubitable proofs.
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They point to the indubitable fact that a century ago divorces were insignificant in number; and they infer that morality was then on a much higher level than it is now.
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Examples of Indubitable

Example #1
This growth of Love and Sympathy in the Russian national character is to me the sign of greatest promise in their future, both as a nation of men and women, and as a contributor to the world's great works of literary art.
Example #2
Thousands are purified and ennobled by these sublime pictures of woe.
Example #3
The book is so short that it can be read through in less than two hours; but it gives the same impression of vastness and immensity as the huge volumes of Sienkiewicz.
Example #4
Another friend, Jukovski, exercised a powerful influence, and gave invaluable aid at several crises of his career.
Example #5
Of course it was not necessary to let Mary know with what heart-breaking coldness Tarrant had communicated the fact of his return; but she preferred to keep silence altogether.
Example #6
As it was, her mind sullenly resisted the natural impulse.