undoubtably vs undoubtedly :

undoubtably vs undoubtedly

undoubtably or undoubtedly

The difference between these two words is slight and tricky to understand. They are both adverbs, and have the root of ‘doubt’.

‘Undoubtably’ means ‘in a way that can’t be doubted’.

“Nelson Mandela undoubtably led South Africa towards a brighter future.”

‘Undoubtedly’, on the other hand, means ‘without a doubt’.

“The statements from the Prime Minister are undoubtedly true.”

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