doubt definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to-be undecided or skeptical about: started initially to doubt some accepted doctrines.
    • To have a tendency to disbelieve; distrust: doubts political leaders once they make sweeping statements.
    • To regard as unlikely: I doubt we'll show up punctually.
    • Archaic To think; anxiety.
    • To question or hold debateable; to withhold assent to; to think twice to think, or even to be inclined not to ever believe; to withhold confidence from; to distrust.
    • To think; to worry; is apprehensive of.
    • To fill with anxiety; to affright.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • is undecided or skeptical.
    • To waver in opinion or view; to stay in anxiety on belief respecting anything; to hesitate in belief; to be undecided regarding the truth associated with unfavorable or even the affirmative idea; to b age undetermined.
    • To suspect; to fear; to be anxious.
  • noun:
    • insufficient certainty very often leads to irresolution. See Synonyms at anxiety.
    • too little trust.
    • a spot about which is unsure or skeptical: reassured me personally by answering my doubts.
    • The condition of becoming unsettled or unresolved: an outcome still in doubt.
    • anxiety, disbelief.
    • A fluctuation of head due to problem of real information or evidence; doubt of view or head; unsettled state of viewpoint in regards to the truth of an event, or the truth of an assertion, etc.; doubt.
    • anxiety of problem.
    • Suspicion; worry; apprehension; dread.
    • Difficulty indicated or urged for solution; point unsettled; objection.
    • Uncertainty for the reality of confirmed idea or assertion; anticipation of judgment arising from problem of evidence or of interest; an unsettled state of opinion; indecision of belief.
    • A matter of doubt; an undecided situation or proposition; a ground of hesitation.
    • a problem advised or proposed for solution; an objection.
    • trouble; danger.
    • Hesitating apprehension; worry; fear.
    • Synonyms Indecision, irresolution, suspense, doubt, hesitancy, misgiving, distrust, mistrust.
    • A redoubt.
    • hawaii of being unsure of something
    • anxiety about the truth or factuality or presence of one thing
  • idiom:
    • beyond Without concern; undoubtedly; definitely.
    • without doubt truly.
    • no doubt most likely.
  • verb:
    • To lack confidence in; to disbelieve, concern, or think.
    • To worry; to suspect.
    • lack confidence in or have actually doubts about
    • consider not likely or have doubts about
  • others:
    • To be uncertain regarding a truth or reality; be undetermined or undecided; waver or fluctuate in viewpoint; hesitate.
    • to stay fear; be afraid.
    • become uncertain regarding truth or fact of; hold under consideration; concern; think twice to believe: as, to question the facts of a story.
    • to-be expectant or anxious of; believe hesitatingly or indefinitely.
    • To distrust; be uncertain pertaining to; be distrustful of: as, to question an individual's capability to perform a job.
    • To worry; hesitate of.
    • To cause to worry; added fear; appal; daunt.

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