Dubieties
Dubiety Du*bi"e*ty, n.; pl. {Dubieties}. [L. dubietas, fr. dubius. See {Dubious}.] Doubtfulness; uncertainty; doubt. [R.] --Lamb. ``The dubiety of his fate.'' --Sir W. Scott. [1913 Webster]

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  • Dubiety — Du*bi e*ty, n.; pl. {Dubieties}. [L. dubietas, fr. dubius. See {Dubious}.] Doubtfulness; uncertainty; doubt. [R.] Lamb. The dubiety of his fate. Sir W. Scott. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • dubiety — /dooh buy i tee, dyooh /, n., pl. dubieties. 1. doubtfulness; doubt. 2. a matter of doubt. Also called dubiosity. [1740 50; < L dubietas, equiv. to dubi(us) DUBIOUS + etas, var. of ITAS after vocalic stems; see ITY] Syn. 1. skepticism, mistrust,… …   Universalium

  • uncertainty — uncertainty, doubt, dubiety, dubiosity, skepticism, suspicion, mistrust can all mean a feeling of unsureness about someone or something. Uncertainty stresses the lack of certainty or certitude that may range from a mere falling short of these to… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • dubiety — /djuˈbaɪəti/ (say dyooh buyuhtee) noun (plural dubieties) 1. doubtfulness; doubt. 2. a matter of doubt. Also, dubiosity /djubiˈɒsəti/ (say dyoohbee osuhtee) …   Australian English dictionary

  • dubiety — [do͞o bī′ə tē, dyo͞obī′ə tē] n. [LL dubietas] 1. the quality of being dubious; doubtfulness 2. pl. dubieties a doubtful thing SYN. UNCERTAINTY …   English World dictionary

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