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without doubt

With confidence; without any doubt. This photo now proves, without doubt, that my client is innocent. I barely remember leaving the office last night, so I can't say without doubt that I set the alarm before I left.
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without doubt

Also, without a doubt. See no doubt.
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without/beyond (a) ˈdoubt

certainly: This is without doubt the finest wine I have ever drunk.
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Because of the graphic sex scenes, the language, and the horror that ultimately unfolds, this novel isn't recommended for most teen readers, although without doubt mature readers among them would relish the story.
Without doubt, storage networking has emerged as one of the highest-growth areas of the information technology market.
This foaming quality is now available for Dairy Products where the incorporation of a widget in a 25cl steel Slim Can produces a foaming effect, without shaking, and offers a completely new presentation which will enhance the value of milk based products such as cappuccino, chocolate milk and yoghurt drinks, a quality that will, without doubt, appeal to the young consumer.
She is, without doubt, a talented newcomer to the fiction scene.
Without doubt, people react differently to images of the female nude--for some a work of beauty, for others a source of sexual provocation.
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And, without doubt, that will lead to more job losses.
Each piece of tax legislation enacted by the 104th Congress will, without doubt, spawn a call for more guidance.
Speaking of missing frames, the story of Somalia has, without doubt, been one of the most poorly contextualized news items of the last several years.
5] Without doubt, this career path was influenced by an apprenticeship with a visionary in the field of medical management, but the transition also required the skills and knowledge developed from past clinical-practice experiences and previous educational programs,[6] a significant portion of which could not have been gleaned from on-the-job training.
In my judgment it is David Miliband who without doubt should be our next leader.
And, without doubt, this region's great conurbations will have some catching up to do when they are in a position to seek similar status for themselves.
1 : without doubt <It's a book you will surely enjoy.
The ovation following his conference speech in Manchester showed without doubt that the vast majority of his party is firmly behind him.
AS far as keeping punters who bet on sporting events informed, the BBC are without doubt the worst possible broadcasters.