How can a man be sufficiently wanting in self-doubt as to believe in himself?
The moments of silence were expanded by gathering compunction and self-doubt.
Her self-doubt was grappled by a stronger will and a stronger conviction than her own.
I seem to detect a sort of self-doubt—as though she feared making some error.
Peter was very tender-hearted, very sympathetic, very prone to self-doubt.
She had no time for self-doubt or self-reproach, no time even for self-consciousness.
My habitual mood of humiliation, self-doubt, forlorn depression, fell damp on the embers of my decaying ire.
The spectre of self-doubt—long laid to rest by music and pageantry—was raised afresh by this new and unexpected development.
The thought of such characters can sustain us even in our own self-doubt.
If he were naturally observant, he would see this; if he were given at all to self-doubt, he would feel it.