Definition of indubitably in US English:

indubitably

adverb

  • See indubitable

    sentence adverb ‘indubitably, liberalism parades under many guises’
    • ‘However, no matter how you feel about these movies now, the fact remains that some of them have attracted indubitably divisive criticism upon their release.’
    • ‘It's indubitably much better than I remembered it, and I remembered it fondly; reverentially, even.’
    • ‘Military detention does indubitably pose potential risks to liberty, though there are also powerful justifications for it, in a narrow range of cases.’
    • ‘But in the end, their decision was indubitably made easier by the more cavalier attitudes of their postmodern upbringing.’
    • ‘The goal of this doubting process is to arrive at a list of beliefs that are certain and indubitably true.’

Pronunciation

indubitably

/ɪnˈd(j)ubədəbli//inˈd(y)o͞obədəblē/