doubt[ dout ]SEE DEFINITION OF doubt
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DOUBT
The man who has just saved his life can no doubt obtain any favour.
Of this, there is an impression on my mind too strong to admit of doubt.
I doubt me whether the poor old hound will brook the journey.
And the only one she never forgets is, 'When in doubt, lead your highest check.'
No doubt it was true, for she would have insisted on moderate cleanliness and comfort.
That they would use the drug to excess there can be no doubt, and that is the main point.
I can't remember when I haven't awakened to doubt, and worry, and heart-sickness.
But that Hope loved him ardently there was no doubt, however it might be explained.
No one who listened to her could doubt her perfect truthfulness and integrity.
If they rode down in a mob the boy would no doubt surrender.