indubitable indubitable


  • (adj) too obvious to be doubted


  1. There is now indubitable evidence that there is water just below the surface of the moon.
  2. There is no occasion for panic for there is indubitable evidence that mortality rate of swine flu is about the same as any other flu.
  3. The indubutable charms of the jungle could not be seen from the aeroplane as a thick canopy of trees shrouded the jungle in mystery.


  • Descartes asks himself whether there is not "one thing : certain and indubitable" that can survive the rigorous skepticism forcing him to doubt everything he knows via his senses.
    on Jul 16, 2009 By: Rene Descartes Source: Forbes

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