misdoubt[ mis-dout ]SEE DEFINITION OF misdoubt
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.