What is another word for beyond a shadow of a doubt?

Pronunciation: [bɪjˌɒnd ɐ ʃˈadə͡ʊ əvə dˈa͡ʊt] (IPA)

Beyond a shadow of a doubt is a phrase that denotes an absolute level of certainty, meaning there is no possibility of any doubt. Synonyms for this phrase include "undeniably," "unquestionably," and "indisputably." Alternatively, it can also be replaced with "beyond any reasonable doubt," which means that there may be the slightest chance of doubt, but it is not rational or practical to consider it. Other synonyms include "certainly," "decisively," "firmly," and "unequivocally." These terms emphasize the speaker's confidence and surety in their statement, and they are often used in legal proceedings and discussions of critical decisions.

What are the hypernyms for Beyond a shadow of a doubt?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Famous quotes with Beyond a shadow of a doubt

  • It has been proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that you miss 100% of the shots you do not take.
    Wayne Gretski
  • What kind of mind would sacrifice millions for the sake of a few thousands, especially when it's been demonstrated beyond a shadow of a doubt that victim disarmament can't save even those thousands? What kind of mind wants a return to mean streets and ever-soaring crime rates? What kind of mind collaborates with agents of mass murder and genocide? Make no mistake: you victim disarmament types are sick, sick people, in the words of T.D. Melrose, who'd rather see a woman raped in an alley and strangled with her own pantyhose than see her with a gun in her hand.
    L. Neil Smith
  • “What’s going on?” I whispered to Gina. “Management is proving beyond a shadow of a doubt they don’t have enough to do,” she murmured back. “So they’ve invented a new acronym.”
    Connie Willis

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