dubiousness dubiousness


  1. (n) the state of being unsure of something
  2. (n) uncertainty about the truth or factuality or existence of something


  1. The flash and conviction of Frankenheimer's filmmaking drives our commonsensical dubiousness right out of our heads, replacing it with high-energy paranoia.
  2. Next season, the network will try to make up for it with several reality projects of varying degrees of dubiousness.
  3. On the contrary the application of improvised Sanctions, that is partial and piecemeal Sanctions, may, by reason of their dubiousness, lead to war.


  • MakerPlane's open source aircraft funding campaign gets off to a slow start (video)

    There are some things in this world we're not sure are improved by the 3D printing process, like firearms and food . Aircraft might also be on that list, but no amount of dubiousness will stand in the way of MakerPlane's open source plane . The aviation company's ambitious Indiegogo campaign went live last week (check out the video below), but its quest for funding looks like it's going to be a ...
    on July 30, 2013     Source: Engadget


  • "There is a great deal of dubiousness about how thorough this review will be, how careful it will be, and, most of all, how independent it will be," Sen. Charles Schumer, DN.Y., said on CNN, noting that President Bush had already said he...
    on Mar 5, 2006 By: Charles Schumer Source: USA Today

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