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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishundoubtedun‧doubt‧ed /ʌnˈdaʊtɪd/ adjective  CERTAINLY/DEFINITELYdefinitely true or known to exist her undoubted talent The film was an undoubted success.
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undoubtedIn this competition, the rich man retained undoubted advantages, but he did not automatically excel.In those circumstances I hold that the undoubted disturbance to the residents is not actionable.Many practitioners know this, and may be put off from benefiting from the undoubted if limited strengths of functional assessment.The Zeitgeist has proved more powerful than her own undoubted moral fibre and the historical influence of her own Church and family.Nevertheless Carter had several undoubted successes in foreign policy.Nurturing her daughter's undoubted talent has cost Mrs Charley dearly.
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