Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Dubiousness; doubtfulness.
  • noun Something doubtful.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun rare The state of being doubtful; a doubtful statement or thing.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun rare The state or characteristic of being dubious.

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Examples

  • And these may serve, to objective observers, to reduce the horror! the alledged dubiosity.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Why the Neglect of Communist Crimes Matters

  • Perhaps I'll have the time later to come back to this heaving pile of dubiosity.

    Archive 2008-03-23

  • By the very nature of their work, private investigators bear witness to the unseen world of human dubiosity.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • Perhaps I'll have the time later to come back to this heaving pile of dubiosity.

    Lib Dem "Green" Propaganda: Latest Waste Paper

  • Bet Im on that List, A KOOK, where I used to Work, would be the Cause of such monetary dubiosity;

    Think Progress » The Congressional No-Fly List

  • Possibly perceiving an expression of dubiosity on their faces the globetrotter went on, adhering to his adventures. —

    Ulysses

  • Possibly perceiving an expression of dubiosity on their faces the globetrotter went on, adhering to his adventures.

    Ulysses

  • Mrs. Berry had not cogitated long ere she pronounced distinctly and without a shadow of dubiosity: "My opinion is -- married or not married, and wheresomever he pick her up -- she's nothin 'more nor less than a Bella Donna!" as which poisonous plant she forthwith registered the lady in the botanical note-book of her brain.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith

  • Mrs. Berry had not cogitated long ere she pronounced distinctly and without a shadow of dubiosity: "My opinion is -- married or not married, and wheresomever he pick her up -- she's nothin 'more nor less than a Bella Donna!" as which poisonous plant she forthwith registered the lady in the botanical note-book of her brain.

    Ordeal of Richard Feverel — Volume 5

  • Mrs. Berry had not cogitated long ere she pronounced distinctly and without a shadow of dubiosity: "My opinion is -- married or not married, and wheresomever he pick her up -- she's nothin 'more nor less than a Bella Donna!" as which poisonous plant she forthwith registered the lady in the botanical note-book of her brain.

    Ordeal of Richard Feverel — Complete

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