indubitably

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indubitable +‎ -ly

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indubitably (comparative more indubitably, superlative most indubitably)

  1. In a manner that leaves no possibility of doubt; undoubtedly.

Usage notes[edit]

Currently particularly used as a humorous interjection, particularly in American English, and seen as somewhat affected, if not outright haughty or campy. Compare this use by comedy cartoon Goofy Gophers (US, 1947–65).

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