Undeniable vs Undoubtedly - What's the difference?

undeniable | undoubtedly |

As an adjective undeniable

is irrefutable, or impossible to deny.

As an adverb undoubtedly is

without doubt.




  • irrefutable, or impossible to deny
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    See also

    * indisputable * nondeniable * undisputable * unquestionable




    (en adverb)
  • Without doubt.
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    * indubitably * unquestionably * doubtlessly * undoubtably