Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


A hundred doubts and fears were pressing upon him, and—the second bell rang.

In this resolution he had begun to dress, but before he had finished had begun to have his doubts.

The trout-fly settled all doubts in my mind as to his origin and his identity.

While in doubts as to his future he chanced to see the telegraph, and that decided him.

This, they think, (and justly think,) must fill me with doubts.

"Entirely," Edward answered, smiling at Mr. Burrows' doubts.

He felt a measure of relief because all doubts were gone now.

I don't believe a man can ever shake it off in this world: if he can in any other, I have my doubts.

You can set these doubts at rest, I think, if you will really help me to discover the truth.

Even the fact that her grief was a thing to be indulged or denied at will brought her no doubts.