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no doubt

Definitely; certainly. You've heard that I resigned, no doubt. I just wanted to let you know the circumstances of it, before the rumor mill started. He no doubt wanted to impress you, hence all the showmanship.
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no doubt

a transitional or interpretative phrase strengthening the rest of a previous sentence. Sue: Mary is giving this party for herself? Rachel: Yes. She'll expect us to bring gifts, no doubt. Mary: All this talk about war has my cousin very worried. Sue: No doubt. At his age, I don't wonder.
See also: doubt, no

no doubt

1. Probably, most likely, as in No doubt you've heard the news about Mother. [Early 1300s]
2. Also, without doubt or a doubt . Certainly, without question, as in He's guilty, no doubt, but he doesn't deserve such a long sentence, or That basketball player is without doubt the tallest man I've ever seen. [Early 1300s] Also see beyond a doubt.
See also: doubt, no

ˌno ˈdoubt

probably, almost certainly: No doubt you know why I have asked you to come and see me.You will no doubt have already heard that the chairman has resigned.
See also: doubt, no

no doubt

1. Certainly.
2. Probably.
See also: doubt, no
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98) This includes several that do reveal how the controversy was viewed in Florence from the beginning and no doubt reflect the attitude of Bruni himself.
30pm If you're spending your summer holiday in Britain this year, you'll no doubt face a packing dilemma - namely how to squeeze shorts, a jumper, sunglasses, raincoat, suncream and wellingtons all into the same suitcase.
Judge Arlene Phillips, above, is certainly as excitable here as she ever was on Strictly Come Dancing, and no doubt she'll be even more impassioned in this episode.
If we're fortunate enough to get to the month of October and he continues to do the job he's been doing, there's no doubt as to who should be the Cy Young Award winner.
9/11: STATE OF EMERGENCY Channel 4, 9pm Today is September 11, and most of us can no doubt remember exactly where we were when we either witnessed or heard about the terrorist atrocities to hit the USA on this day in 2001.
BBC PROMS 2010 BBC Two Wales, 9pm Broadway Babies everywhere will no doubt already know it, but this year musical theatre legend Stephen Sondheim celebrates his 80th birthday.
DANCE RECORDING: ``Gotta Get Thru This,'' Daniel Bedingfield; ``Days Go By,'' Dirty Vegas; ``Superstylin','' Groove Armada; ``Love at First Sight,'' Kylie Minogue; ``Hella Good,'' No Doubt.