undoubtful

undoubtful

(ʌnˈdaʊtfʊl)
adj
not doubtful; evident
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He added during his speech at the Arab emergency Summit in Mecca, that Egypt expresses its full and undoubtful support to both of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, regarding the latest attacks on ships in the territorial waters of the UAE, and the Iran-backed Houthi militias' drone attack on two oil pumping stations in the kingdom.
Robert Bolick may be the undoubtful leader of San Beda, but it also has Mocon to rely on in endgames.
It is undoubtful that OAJs have undergone peer review for more than two decades.
For all these reasons, there is the realistic need for well-designed epidemiological, clinical, and molecular studies that would offer firm evidence and undoubtful conclusions on the role of antioxidants on human health (see also Sections 3.8 and 3.9).
* A raised TLC is regarded as a sensitive test for acute appendicitis but is not diagnostic by itself because of its low specificity and does not add much to the management in patients with undoubtful clinical picture.
"The necessity of expiating this undoubtful guilt and the mechanical apparatus with which execution is carried out are the determining elements of tragedy in all times.
During the transition period in Romania, an undoubtful polarization process took place that had direct and indirect impact on the quantity and quality of infant nutrition.
Prospective randomized studies could give some solid answers regarding the undoubtful benefit of leukodepletion, but these studies could be performed only in countries where the practice is not mandatory.