- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of misdoubt.
“Why would he walk up on -- behind that podium every day and repeat the claims that he now says he has great misdoubts about?”
“His going forth should, now, arouse no more misdoubts than his feckless wanderings about in the area appeared to have done.”
“For a little time it seemed to Mainwaring that he should give it all up, but this was at once so impracticable and so quixotic that he presently abandoned it, and in time his qualms and misdoubts faded away and he settled himself down to enjoy that which had come to him through his marriage.”
“When she came to the gateway, there was no one there but a poor old beggar man, and all the foreign noblemen looked at each other and shook their heads, and said, "Certs, but it misdoubts us if this bride will please our young Prince, if she is wont to disturb a court banquet because she must needs serve beggars with her own hands.”
“But my mind misdoubts me as to these Winchester men who have come with Sir Oliver, for they appear to be a very ungodly crew.”
“Great thou art and beautiful to look on, ay, and strong enough beyond the strength of men, yet my heart misdoubts me of thee.”
“My forbearance has not hitherto grown out of fear; but the lion sometimes disdains to struggle with the tiger, not because he misdoubts his own strength, but because he cares not to lavish it idly.”
“It seems, "the man added, addressing Betty with some irritation," that Mistress Margaret misdoubts me.”
“Now I will away back to Gudruda, for my heart misdoubts me of this matter.”
“I'm all legitimate, I am; an 'if you-alls misdoubts as how my tempriture ain't normal you kin jes' ask the doctor.”
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