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no doubt (2)

This page is about the conversational phrase no doubt (2)

Meaning

You can say this when you accept that something's true, but it doesn't change your opinion.

For example

  • "No doubt it's an interesting place, but I still don't want to go there."

  • "They've done a few good things, no doubt, but it's still a terrible government."

Quick Quiz

During our discussion, I said, "That's true no doubt,

a. but I still don't agree."

b. but I don't believe it."

c. so I think you're right."

Contributor: Matt Errey