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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of doubt.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Questioned; not certain or settled.
- Feared; redoubted; redoubtable.
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Actually “anyone” with a brain doubted his sincerity.
“Those who have brought upon me the shame of having my word doubted shall be punished for it,” he said grimly.
And the whole way home, while his brain doubted what he had seen, his heart beat out the truth to him.
Anakin doubted he had attracted much attention during his short life, or was worthy of an assassin's interest by himself.
"It doesn't become a captain to have his word doubted in his own ship, either!"
They were never trusted, their simplest, most innocent acts were misconstrued, their word doubted, and, as in Beverly's case, Miss Woodhull had more than once cruelly baited and insulted them.
Only once before the last prophecy I made was my word doubted, and then unbelief was born in the minds of many of the men.
"Well," I observed, in an indignant manner, for I am sensative and hate to have my word doubted, "as my father is in a business which is now War Secrets and nothing else, I can understand, if you can't."
"I am not used at home to have my word doubted, sir," I said.
It must have irked Collins even to have his word doubted, but
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