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I dont bleve I could go way, said Dil, with soft-toned doubtfulness.
IN WILD ROSE TIMEAMANDA M. DOUGLAS
He approached his task with "great doubtfulness," fully conscious of the dilemma involved.
EARLY THEORIES OF TRANSLATIONFLORA ROSS AMOS
A man's apprehension may be true, when it is but a wavering opinion, with the greatest doubtfulness.
A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORYBAXTER RICHARD
They tend to men's doubtfulness and uncertainty of their religion; seeing man is fallible, and so may his constitutions be.
A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORYBAXTER RICHARD
Their present lack of cash, the doubtfulness of being able to sell and deliver the horses, made ransom a glittering possibility.
RIMROCK TRAILJ. ALLAN DUNN
But perhaps it was a feeling of doubtfulness about the coat, which prompted a startling departure in his costume.
IMPRESSIONS OF A WAR CORRESPONDENTGEORGE LYNCH
But at the very bottom of Ellen's heart there was a little secret doubtfulness respecting her undertaking.
THE WIDE, WIDE WORLDSUSAN WARNER
While at New York all is calm doubtfulness or indolent anticipation, at Washington there is excitement and activity.
THE CIVIL WAR IN AMERICAWILLIAM HOWARD RUSSELL
He could not, however, control the doubtfulness that was impressing him with regard to Eugene Pearson.
THE BURGLAR'S FATE AND THE DETECTIVESALLAN PINKERTON
Vittoria concluded her perfect expression of confidence with this atoning doubtfulness.
VITTORIA, COMPLETEGEORGE MEREDITH
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
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WORDS RELATED TO DOUBTFULNESS

  • doubtfulness
  • implausibility
  • impossibility
  • rarity
  • uncertainty
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