unquestionable

Part of speech: adverb

Unquestionably.

Part of speech: adjective

Being beyond a question or doubt.

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Usage examples "unquestionable":

  1. Besides, Nancy, used all her life to plenteous circumstances and the privileges of " respectability", could not enter into the pleasures which early nurture and habit connect with all the little aims and efforts of the poor who are born poor: to her mind, Eppie, in being restored to her birthright, was entering on a too long withheld but unquestionable good. - "Silas Marner The Weaver of Raveloe", George Eliot.
  2. His previous successes, however, had all been due to the audacity of his plans, for his boldness and courage were unquestionable. - "Hidden Gold", Wilder Anthony.
  3. Late in the forenoon, but early enough to save the face of La Mancha, there appeared certain unquestionable shapes in the nearer and farther distance which I joyously knew for those windmills which Don Quixote had known for giants and spurred at, lance in rest. - "Familiar Spanish Travels", W. D. Howells.