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Without A Doubt ( it is certain ... )

"Without A Doubt"

We say "without a doubt" to express that something is certain. "Without a doubt" is often used as a response to a yes-no question.

Example: "Are you going to watch the game tomorrow?" Answer: "Without a doubt!"

Without a doubt stresses that the speaker strongly believes in the positive response.

Example: "Each candidate believes he is without a doubt more qualified to lead the country."

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