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  • n  the state of being unsure of something

  • Apparently the conversation (or dubiety, whichever it may be) occurred whilst Admiral Pratt was in London with the American delegation, and it does not seem unreasonable to .
  • Richards shot through Fischer, 6-2, 6-2, 6-2, with a brilliancy that robbed their match of all dubiety.
  • He later switches to jogging, a decision of grave dubiety.

  • Jeffrey Eugenides in Los Angeles Times
    He did this in a modern, twentieth-century way, tentatively, probingly, with self-humor and a large measure of dubiety, but not outright rejection. He kept the lines open,writes Eugenides.

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