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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MISDOUBT

I misdoubt if he cared for that, any more than I do, Jack Enville.

And I misdoubt me that the king himself will be my foe also.

It is not so much the strength of the pavilion I misdoubt; it is the double danger that kills me.

I do not misdoubt my wife; but I would be loath to turn them together.

No sir, for by that meanes should I be certaine of that which I now misdoubt.

I'm not as strong as I wance was, and I misdoubt me that I could go through all that money and live.

I misdoubt, sir, if they will do much fighting for themselves.

There be moments when I misdoubt me if my wife hath the needful firmness.

This is a sore trial of faith, sir, and I misdoubt I canna stand it.

I misdoubt they were only too glad to have him say it any way at all, and be rid of him.

WORD ORIGIN

"to have doubts (of the reality of something)," 1540s; see mis- (1) + doubt (v.). Related: Misdoubted; misdoubting.

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