without (a) doubt

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Ume

Banned
Japanese
Hello.

Jo is without doubt one of the finest swimmers in the school.
Without a doubt, the recent train accident has frightened many people.
"He'll get a promotion soon." "Without a doubt."

- without a doubt
- without doubt
These means exactly the same, isn't it? Are they always interchangeable?
 
  • Gordonedi

    Senior Member
    UK (Scotland) English
    Yes, I believe that they are.

    "Without doubt" implies "without any doubt", so the construction of both is similar.
     
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