The term indubitable , which comes from the Latin word indubitabĭlis, make reference to that can't be put in doubt . The verb doubt , on the other hand, refers to distrust something or someone or not to decide on one thing or another.
The indubitable, therefore, does not accept doubts since, for their characteristics or properties, it turns out reliable, accurate, accurate or accurate . For example: "The expert managed to prove in an indubitable way that the young man was killed", "We still do not have unquestionable information on this matter, so for the moment we will not express ourselves about it", "It is necessary an unquestionable pronouncement of the president on the climate of violence in the country".
Suppose a man complaint that, upon entering his home, he found his dead wife by the bed . According to the husband's version, the woman had blood on her head, so she assumed that had fallen and beaten . However, the autopsy shows that the victim had a shot on the neck For the place of the impact of the bullet, the position of the body and the absence of gunpowder in the hands of the deceased, forensics they affirm in an indubitable way that the woman was killed : There is no chance of suicide or death due to an accident. From this revelation, the husband becomes the main suspect, since there were no traces of violence in the house, no valuables were missing and the doors were not forced.