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undoubted

[uhn-dou-tid] /ʌnˈdaʊ tɪd/
adjective
1.
not called in question; accepted as beyond doubt; undisputed.
Origin of undoubted
late Middle English
1425-1475
1425-75; late Middle English; see un-1, doubt, -ed2
Related forms
undoubtedly, adverb
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  • But he had no general of undoubted genius whom he could put in Johnston's place.

    The Day of the Confederacy Nathaniel W. Stephenson
  • The burning is undoubted; it is recorded by William of Jumièges.

  • Judging by the full houses and the acclamations which I received, I flattered myself that I had achieved an undoubted success.

    An Autobiography Igor Stravinsky
  • The rogues had realized an undoubted success in the work they had undertaken.

    Down the Rhine Oliver Optic
  • The desire of the people to be mutually helpful is undoubted, whether it is to each other or to some "outsider" like ourselves.

    A Labrador Doctor Wilfred Thomason Grenfell
  • But his characteristics are fully evident in his undoubted productions.

British Dictionary definitions for undoubted

undoubted

/ʌnˈdaʊtɪd/
adjective
1.
beyond doubt; certain or indisputable
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Word Origin and History for undoubted
adj.

mid-15c., from un- (1) "not" + past participle of doubt (v.).

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