indubitable

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in- + dubitable

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indubitable (comparative more indubitable, superlative most indubitable)

  1. clearly true; providing no possibility of doubt.
    The indubitable effect of the potion convinced many unbelievers.

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Noun[edit]

indubitable (plural indubitables)

  1. That which is indubitable.
    If we build logically upwards from a few indubitables, the whole system must remain correct.