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  • n. The state or characteristic of being dubious.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Dubiousness; doubtfulness.
  • n. Something doubtful.


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

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Why the Neglect of Communist Crimes Matters

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

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

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

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


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


  • 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.

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  • During Ronald Reagan's second presidential term in the late 1980s, the remains issue gained momentum as dubiosity grew over Vietnam's withholding and after some Indochinese refugees reported that they had sighted living servicemen in their home countries. Top Stories

  • Internet offers us tremendous possibilities and no dubiosity it the most utilitarian toilet to get software you are looking for.

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  • Now, kapnimancy and infusionism may both fit as tight as two trivets but while we in our wee free state, holding to that prestatute in our charter, may have our irremovable doubts as to the whole sense of the lot, the interpretation of any phrase in the whole, the meaning of every word of a phrase so far de-ciphered out of it, however unfettered our Irish daily indepen — dence, we must vaunt no idle dubiosity as to its genuine author — ship and holusbolus authoritativeness.

    Finnegans Wake


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