undeniably

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Etymology[edit]

From undeniable +‎ -ly.

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undeniably (comparative more undeniably, superlative most undeniably)

  1. In an undeniable manner, or to an undeniable extent.
    • 1852 April, Edward Bulwer-Lytton, My Novel; or, Varieties in English Life, Book X, Chapter III, in Harper's New Monthly Magazine, Harper & Brothers, Volume IV, Number XXIII, page 678:
      [] ; and gaunt though his figure, and far from elegant though his dressing-robe, there was that about him which spoke undeniably of the grand seigneur[]
  2. Used as a modal adverb to assert that that the indicated statement is undeniable.
    The third movie was undeniably the best.
    No one can deny that the third movie was the best.

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