doubt [dout] Show IPA
|Part of Speech:||noun, verb|
abroad, adrift, afraid to say, ambiguous, ancipitous, apocryphal, astray, at a loss, at a nonplus, at fault, at one's wit's end, at sea, casual, changeable, confused, contingent, contingent on, controvertible, debatable, deceptive, dependent on, dependent on circumstances, disputable, distracted, distraught, distrustful of, doubtful, doubting, dubious, enigmatic, equivocal, evasive, experimental, fallacious, fallible, false, fine-spun, hard to believe, hypothetical, ignorant, illusive, illusory, in a cloud, in a maze, in a state of uncertainty, in question, in suspense, inconceivable, incredible, incredulous as to, indecisive, indefinite, indeterminate, jesuitical, lost, mebby-scales, minimifidian, mystic, not to be believed, occasional, open to discussion, open to doubt, open to suspicion, oracular, out of one's reckoning, overrefined, paradoxical, perplexing, pettifogging, plausible, plausive, precarious, problematical, puzzled, questionable, quibbling, shy of, skeptical as to, slippery, sophistical, specious, staggering, subject to, suspect, suspicious, suspicious of, ticklish, unascertained, unauthentic, unauthenticated, unauthoritative, unbelieving, uncertain, unconfirmed, uncounted, undecided, undefinable, undefined, undemonstrable, undemonstrated, undeserving of belief, undetermined, unreliable, unsettled, untold, untrustworthy, unworthy of belief, vague
|Category:||1. Acts of volition|
change one's mind, change one's intention, change one's purpose, change one's note; abjure, renounce; withdraw from (relinquish); waver, vacillate; wheel round, turn round, veer round; turn a pirouette; go over from one side to another, pass from one side to another, change from one side to another, skip from one side to another; go to the rightabout; box the compass, shift one's ground, go upon another tack; do a 360., apostatize, change sides, go over, rat; recant, retract; revoke; rescind (abrogate); recall; forswear, unsay; come over, come round to an opinion; crawfish [U.S.], crawl [U.S.]., draw in one's borns, eat one's words; eat the leek, swallow the leek; swerve, flinch, back out of, retrace one's steps, think better of it; come back to one's first love, return to one's first love; turn over a new leaf (repent)., trim, shuffle, play fast and loose, blow hot and cold, coquet, be on the fence, straddle, bold with the hare but run with the hounds; nager entre deux eaux; wait to see how the cat jumps, wait to see how the wind blows.
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