doubtfully : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in a doubtful manner
Gerald shook his head doubtfully
- In the Virgin islands, feline Songstress Eartha Kitt pawed doubtfully at the mystery of her throaty allure: "I don't have a voice.
- It was also becoming familiar: inciting the mobs and agitating wildly in the newspapers, then helping himself to what is doubtfully his with a careful display of scrupulous .
- When he heard she was wasting God's time scribbling novels, he picked up one of her books, stared at it doubtfully, put it back.