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indubitable
used in Sense and Sensibility

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too obvious to be doubted
  • But whatever might be the particulars of their separation, her sister's affliction was indubitable; and she thought with the tenderest compassion of that violent sorrow which Marianne was in all probability not merely giving way to as a relief, but feeding and encouraging as a duty.
    Chapter 15 (31% in)

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