Undoubtedly | Meaning, Definition & Examples
It can be used at the beginning, middle, or end of a sentence to express a viewpoint or evaluation. It can also be used by itself in response to a question, or as a sentence adverb modifying the whole sentence.
Undoubtedly vs. undoubtably
“Undoubtably” is often used to mean “without doubt” or to refer to something that can’t possibly be doubted. While “undoubtably” is somewhat common in everyday speech, it’s not accepted as a real word by most dictionaries and is best avoided in formal or academic writing. Instead, use undoubtedly.
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