indubitable[in do̵̅o̅′bi tə bəl, -dyo̵̅o̅′-]
An example of something that would be described as indubitable is the fact that the world is round.
Origin of indubitableClassical Latin indubitabilis: see in- and amp; dubitable
(comparative more indubitable, superlative most indubitable)
- That which is indubitable.
- If we build logically upwards from a few indubitables, the whole system must remain correct.
in- + dubitable