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Not known with certainty
“It remains doubtful if their strategy can stand up to the scrutiny of a court.”
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Feeling uncertain about something
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“They are doubtful of her being reunited with Ollie, after waiting more than two weeks for his return.”
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Not likely to be true or to happen
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“It is doubtful whether tomorrow's victor will reach quite the lofty heights of his predecessor.”
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Subject to dispute or questions
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“I discovered that they were based on extrapolations of doubtful validity on original data that were of questionable value.”
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Experiencing or showing doubt or skepticism
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“The contradictions left many social workers feeling doubtful about their own transformative potential.”
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Dangerously insecure or unstable
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“He implores her favor and protection in the doubtful dilemma in which is about to involve himself.”
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Confused or perplexed
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“He gave me a wary, doubtful look as I picked apart his arguments one by one.”
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Shady or suspicious in nature
“Like the Spectator's lady of easy virtue, he finds an excuse for present doubtful dealings in his excellent future intentions.”
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Inconceivable or mind-boggling
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Experiencing or showing doubt or skepticism
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Not explicit
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Of doubtful authenticity or lacking authority
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Deviating from what is considered normal
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Used ironically to express the belief that something is unlikely or does not exist
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Having or showing a deeply inquisitive nature or intent
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Prone to speaking evasively, indirectly, or duplicitously
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Not giving hope of future success or good results
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Showing low self-esteem and needing approval from others to validate one's life
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Anticipating something with anxiety or fear
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Said, without proof, to have taken place or to have a specified illegal or undesirable quality
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Of doubtful quality or legality
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Not conforming with accepted or orthodox standards or beliefs
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Having a feeling of despondency, especially due to pessimism
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Having the feeling that one is about to vomit
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Hesitant or uncertain
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Tending to rock or shake
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Displaying, or characterized by, jealousy or a lack of trust
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