noun, plural du·bi·e·ties.
Origin of dubiety
Synonyms for dubiety
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Historical Examples of dubiety
The exact nature of the chemical action taking place is a point of some dubiety.Manures and the principles of manuring
Charles Morton Aikman
Timeous and dubiety are bad, simply as not authorized by any but local usage.The Posthumous Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 1 (2 vols)
Thomas De Quincey
Dubiety is a poem of the Indian Summer, but it has the beauty, with a touch of the pathos, proper to the time.Robert Browning
But upon one point there should be no dubiety: if a man be not frugal, he has no business in the arts.Across the Plains
Robert Louis Stevenson
In Election Committee-rooms there is now no dubiety; but the work goes bravely along.The French Revolution
noun plural -ties
Word Origin for dubiety
c.1750, from Late Latin dubietas "doubt, uncertainty," from dubius (see dubious).