Definition of undoubted in US English:



  • Not questioned or doubted by anyone.

    ‘her undoubted ability’
    • ‘One undoubted privilege of the office is that of being listened to.’
    • ‘It also becomes clear that, although he was a man of undoubted academic ability, he was no theologian.’
    • ‘It is good to see a player of Howarth's undoubted ability finally express it in the pro-game.’
    • ‘At last he is showing an appetite for the game that matches his undoubted ability.’
    • ‘Modest as far as her undoubted achievements in athletics are concerned, she has done a great deal for the sport locally.’
    • ‘We moved down the aisle towards the undoubted gem of the church.’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘He is featured here as much for his vision and dedication as his undoubted abilities.’
    • ‘Of course, the man's undoubted integrity means that his analysis is irrefutable.’
    • ‘What is undoubted, however, is that the film's subject is well chosen.’
    • ‘A woman of undoubted ability, she has been asked several time to get involved in politics.’
    • ‘After the joy of being elected, men and women of undoubted ability are prepared to ask questions.’
    • ‘His enthusiasm for Ms Bellucci is only partly due to her undoubted ability as an actress.’
    • ‘Emmerdale star Amy Nuttall entertained a new audience last night with her undoubted musical abilities.’
    • ‘It fails to translate its undoubted competencies into a winning performance.’
    • ‘Portugal's flair players were second best, unable to impose their undoubted talents.’
    • ‘I retain some doubt in view of the undoubted fact that there is a medical condition.’
    • ‘He is lawyer of the very highest distinction and a man of undoubted independence and impartiality.’
    • ‘For someone of his undoubted talents, this is undistinguished stuff.’
    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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