doubt

All Noun Verb
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  • Info Doubt, a status between belief and disbelief, involves uncertainty or distrust or lack of sureness of an alleged fact, an action, a motive, or a decision.
  • There is some doubt as to the time of these events also.
  • The method of doubt cannot doubt reason as it is based on reason itself.
  • However, there is doubt as to whether such a broadcast ever took place.
  • But I doubt this, though the matter is too involved to set out here.
  • No doubt God has not created all the persons he will create.
  • All recording plans were put on hold and the band's future was in doubt.
  • However, some doubt has been cast on the reality of this association.
  • The infantry also soon joined the battle, the result being in doubt for some time.
  • During the meeting, there was doubt as to the name that should be given to the club.
  • There is some doubt about the origin of the city's name.
  • As such, many workers doubt that they are a real group.
  • Did you ever feel like students doubted your ability simply for being a woman?
  • I simply cannot understand how anyone can be in doubt of this.
  • However, it appears that his career as a musician was never in doubt.
  • We cannot doubt that before many months have passed she will have had her first taste of battle.
  • This put into doubt the entire moral standing of the Soviet system.
  • Within this world, relationships between the social and natural world are what come into doubt.
  • It was a test of faith to see whether he would doubt God's words.
  • However there is some doubt whether the building served as her tomb.
  • In the mid-20th century this view was cast into doubt.
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Meaning of doubt

  • noun The state of being unsure of something
  • noun Uncertainty about the truth or factuality or existence of something
    the dubiousness of his claim, there is no question about the validity of the enterprise
  • verb Consider unlikely or have doubts about
    I doubt that she will accept his proposal of marriage
  • verb Lack confidence in or have doubts about
    I doubt these reports, I suspect her true motives, she distrusts her stepmother