- adj. Archaic form of doubtful.
“Not much vnlike the wondrer haue ye another figure called the doubtfull, because oftentimes we will seeme to cast perils, and make doubt of things when by a plaine manner of speech wee might affirme or deny him, as thus of a cruell mother who murdred her owne child.”
“American troups figthing on European battlefields - doubtfull.”
“When your risking whether or now you will get to act in the the last installment of the hottest franchise in the world is when you should just take it and be happy …. unless they really dont care that much about seeing this through which I think is doubtfull ….”
“If you weren't so fascinated everytime Obama spoke you might learn something ....!!!! doubtfull but give it a try ...”
“It's extremely doubtfull it would pass the House anyway.”
“It may be 60 votes (doubtfull at this point) but it won't do jack with regard to reforming our health system.”
“More previously doubtfull middle of the road voters are swinging to McCain; a lot of weight has to go on the Veep choice now.”
“I am doubtfull that all law schools teach otherwise these days, or that any do, even those that have more than their share of radical professors.”
“Prognostic value of such models is doubtfull at least, and often no prognosis is actually possible.”
“Without independent audit, all such work is doubtfull.”
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