Her incertitude was great: she felt truly that in spite of past services her future fate depended upon her choice.
In his incertitude of the ground on which he stood Razumov felt perturbed.
His parents were already there living in sorrow, incertitude, and apprehension.
Her brain was nearly wearied out with incertitude and perplexity.
This state of incertitude had the most fatal effect, not only upon the fortunes, but upon the moral condition of the settlers.
On this scene of incertitude and disturbance the day began to break.
There was no incertitude as to facts—as to the one material fact, I mean.
Jeffard said it with eyes downcast, but there was no incertitude in the words.
She slid her hand into the curve of his elbow, her incertitude vanishing behind the filmy cloud of a smile.
Moreover there must be a spice of incertitude about the transaction.
mid-15c., "variability," from Middle French incertitude (14c.), from Late Latin incertitudinem (nominative incertitudo); see certitude. Incertain "uncertain" and incertainty "uncertainty" also were living words in Middle English.