undoubtful


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undoubtful

(ʌnˈdaʊtfʊl)
adj
not doubtful; evident
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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.
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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.
The Portuguese regulator was undoubtful to have raised an objection to the merger as it makes no changes to the Portuguese market.
It is undoubtful that the economic reality is unpleasant for the Lebanese officials who may resort to temporary solutions which may, in turn, lead to freezing our country's economic recession, waiting for the regional answer.