Definition of beyond doubt
: without question : definitely The test results proved beyond (all/any) doubt that he was not the child's father. If she is to be found guilty, the charges against her must be proved beyond a reasonable doubt. I knew, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that everything was going to be okay.
Word by Word Definitions
: on or to the farther side : farther
: in addition : besides
: on or to the farther side of : at a greater distance than
: out of the reach or sphere (see 1sphere 4b) of
: in a degree or amount surpassing
: something that lies on or to the farther side : something that lies beyond (see 1beyond 1)
: something that lies outside the scope of ordinary experience
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