Antonyms for doubted

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That they will do so with good courage is not to be doubted.

That he was unable to do, even if it were true, which he doubted.

Giles was their “ancient” and had charge of the banner, nor could it be doubted that he had flourished.

This fact has been doubted; but why should It be deemed incredible?

That I could elude Rima's keener eyes I doubted; but that did not trouble me.

Still Margaret doubted and hesitated, for she feared she knew not what.

Perhaps you have heard that people have doubted if I were a natural son?

Well might the merit of your passion be doubted, you say, if, like Mr. Solmes—fiddle-faddle!

He would have doubted still more, if he had known all that I knew.

He had it republished, declaring that "he must be an obstinate Sadducee who doubted it."