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- adv. in a dubious manner
- adv. accompanied by doubt
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a dubious manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Doubtfully; uncertainly; questionably.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a questionable and dubious manner
- adv. in a doubtful manner
Sorry, no etymologies found.
“‘Gilderdash’, on the other hand, is dubiously a Swedish word for a bag to hold women’s makeup articles.”
‘Gilderdash’, on the other hand, is dubiously a Swedish word for a bag to hold women’s makeup articles.
“Yes,” Vincent said, drawing the word out dubiously.
"It looks like Saldagno," said the first shadow; and, coming a little farther forward, he called dubiously into the gloom: "Is that you,
But, "dubiously," I'm sorely afraid they consider me rubbish, Still -- "looking up encouragingly --" my brother would try to find me if he -- if he knew that I was gone. "
“I got some powder,” she said, peering at the jolly old elf rather dubiously, but he had not been following her train of thought and only stared at her, growing increasingly apprehensive.
Do all conservative blogs claim (dubiously) to be libertarian?
I eyed him dubiously, my fingers tracing the still-swelling lump at the base of his chin.
She peered dubiously into her wine glass, swirling it with a practiced flourish.
"I did hate it, but now that I'm back and it's all over, I think I got a lot out of it," Pilkington said dubiously about the trip.