dubiety

[ doo-bahy-i-tee, dyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF dubiety

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Graham fell in with the scheme without a murmur of dubiety or dissent.

Then, meandering through this wilderness of dubiety, ran thoughts of Oliver.

He knew that Brand was not likely to leave them in any dubiety as to the past.

On the other hand, there is no dubiety about the origin of the Vedic Agni.

Her own son, even, passed his boyhood in much the same state of dubiety.

It was important to stand well with him and leave room for no dubiety.

Richardson said that “a state of dubiety and suspense is ever accompanied with uneasiness.”

Adrienne's shrug was eloquent of the dubiety of such an enterprise.

There came to her neither word nor expression to remove the girl's dubiety.

Advena, bookish and unconventional, was regarded with dubiety.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1750, from Late Latin dubietas "doubt, uncertainty," from dubius (see dubious).

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