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doubt·less

 (dout′lĭs)
adv.
1. Certainly: The wind was doubtless a factor.
2. Presumably; probably: as you doubtless already know.
adj.
Certain; assured.

doubt′less·ly adv.

doubtless

(ˈdaʊtlɪs)
adv (sentence substitute or sentence modifier)
1. certainly
2. probably
adj
certain; assured
ˈdoubtlessness n

doubt•less

(ˈdaʊt lɪs)

adv. Also, doubt′less•ly.
1. without doubt; certainly.
2. probably; presumably.
adj.
3. certain; sure.
[1300–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.doubtless - without doubt; certainly; "it's undoubtedly very beautiful"

doubtless

adverb probably, presumably, most likely She took off her shoes, doubtless because her feet hurt.

doubtless

adverb
Translations
دونَ شَك، بلا رَيْب
bezpochyby
utvivlsomt
vafalaust, áreiîanlega; sennilega
nedvomno

doubtless

[ˈdaʊtlɪs] ADVsin duda, seguramente

doubtless

[ˈdaʊtləs] adv (= very likely) → sans doute, certainement

doubtless

advsicherlich; this is doubtless truedas stimmt sicherlich

doubtless

[ˈdaʊtlɪs] advsenza dubbio, indubbiamente

doubt

(daut) verb
1. to feel uncertain about, but inclined not to believe. I doubt if he'll come now; He might have a screwdriver, but I doubt it.
2. not to be sure of the reliability of. Sometimes I doubt your intelligence!
noun
a feeling of not being sure and sometimes of being suspicious. There is some doubt as to what happened; I have doubts about that place.
ˈdoubtful adjective
1. feeling doubt; uncertain what to think, expect etc. He is doubtful about the future of the school.
2. able to be doubted; not clear. The outcome is doubtful; a doubtful result.
3. uncertain but rather unlikely, unhopeful etc. It is doubtful whether this will work; a doubtful improvement.
4. suspicious. He's rather a doubtful character.
ˈdoubtfully adverb
ˈdoubtfulness noun
ˈdoubtless adverb
probably. John has doubtless told you about me.
beyond doubt
certain(ly). Beyond doubt, they will arrive tomorrow; His honesty is beyond doubt.
in doubt
uncertain. The result of the dispute is still in doubt.
no doubt
surely; probably. No doubt you would like to see your bedroom; He will come back again tomorrow, no doubt.
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They sounded so joyful and reported not only seamless peace but doubtlessness and conviction in what they were moving toward with each and every moment.