Definition for "doubtful"
- Subject to or causing question: a doubtful claim;…
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- Subject to or causing question: a doubtful claim; skeptical leads.
- Experiencing or showing doubt: Doubtful the cord would hold, we strengthened it.
- Of unsure result; undecided.
- Raising doubts as to legitimacy, sincerity, or respectability; dubious: the applicant's doubtful past. See Usage Note at doubt.
- at the mercy of, or causing question
- Experiencing or showing question, sceptical
- Undecided or of uncertain result
- Fearsome, dreadful.
- Improbable or not likely
- Suspicious, or of questionable character
- uncertain or unreliable
- maybe not satisfied in viewpoint; undetermined; wavering; hesitating in belief; in addition used, metaphorically, of human anatomy whenever its action is suffering from these types of a state of mind.
- Admitting of question; maybe not apparent, obvious, or specific; debateable; perhaps not determined; difficult to-be defined, classed, or called.
- Characterized by ambiguity; questionable
- Of unsure concern or occasion.
- scared; anxious; dubious.
- available to question or suspicion
- fraught with uncertainty or doubt
- unsettled in mind or opinion
- packed with question; having doubt; maybe not satisfied in opinion.
- Causing doubt; dubious; ambiguous; uncertain; maybe not distinct in personality, definition, or look; unclear: since, a doubtful expression; a doubtful hue.
- Admitting of otherwise at the mercy of question; not apparent, obvious, or particular; questionable.
- Of unsure issue; precarious; shifting.
- Of questionable or suspected personality.
- afraid; anxious; suspicious.
- Indicating doubt; disrupted by doubt.
- In prosody, variable in volume; effective at being pronounced or calculated either as an extended or as a short; typical; dichronous.