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- v. To doubt.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. To doubt.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To doubt; hesitate.
How largely his statements are to be depended on, I more than merely dubitate.
And I dubitate as to your diet-loaves and confectionery suiting you better than a slice of chine or sirloin, for you have a pale cheek and a pensive eye that smite me to the heart.
But I dubitate whether this abstruser sort of speculation (though enlivened by some apposite instances from Aristophanes) would sufficiently interest your oppidan readers.
Vos magistri, licet pauperes sitis, ne dubitate Deae munera afferre;!