Definition of undoubted in English:



  • Not questioned or doubted by anyone.

    ‘her undoubted ability’
    • ‘It fails to translate its undoubted competencies into a winning performance.’
    • ‘It is good to see a player of Howarth's undoubted ability finally express it in the pro-game.’
    • ‘He is featured here as much for his vision and dedication as his undoubted abilities.’
    • ‘For someone of his undoubted talents, this is undistinguished stuff.’
    • ‘What is undoubted, however, is that the film's subject is well chosen.’
    • ‘His enthusiasm for Ms Bellucci is only partly due to her undoubted ability as an actress.’
    • ‘After the joy of being elected, men and women of undoubted ability are prepared to ask questions.’
    • ‘One undoubted privilege of the office is that of being listened to.’
    • ‘Portugal's flair players were second best, unable to impose their undoubted talents.’
    • ‘His ability was undoubted but he returned quite happily to Drake's County.’
    • ‘His work rate had always been good, his commitment undoubted and his character unquestionable.’
    • ‘Modest as far as her undoubted achievements in athletics are concerned, she has done a great deal for the sport locally.’
    • ‘A woman of undoubted ability, she has been asked several time to get involved in politics.’
    • ‘Of course, the man's undoubted integrity means that his analysis is irrefutable.’
    • ‘At last he is showing an appetite for the game that matches his undoubted ability.’
    • ‘I retain some doubt in view of the undoubted fact that there is a medical condition.’
    • ‘Emmerdale star Amy Nuttall entertained a new audience last night with her undoubted musical abilities.’
    • ‘It also becomes clear that, although he was a man of undoubted academic ability, he was no theologian.’
    • ‘We moved down the aisle towards the undoubted gem of the church.’
    • ‘He is lawyer of the very highest distinction and a man of undoubted independence and impartiality.’
    undisputed, uncontested, unchallenged, unquestioned, not in question, unquestionable, indubitable, not in doubt, incontrovertible, irrefutable, incontestable, unequivocal, sure, certain, obvious, evident, unmistakable, transparent, manifest, patent
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