Examples from the Web for incertitude
An excess of incertitude also prevails as to his rank and historic area.The Army Mule and Other War Sketches|Henry A. Castle
Then would anxiety, incertitude, and disconsolation possess the bosom of Melissa, until dissipated by his safe return.Alonzo and Melissa|Daniel Jackson, Jr.
The object of this merciless retort stood for a second, in doubt as to its meaning, and then walked off, still in incertitude.Alone|Marion Harland
She looked round with an air of incertitude, and advanced towards the stairs.Oliver Twist, Vol. III (of 3)|Charles Dickens
In his incertitude of the ground on which he stood Razumov felt perturbed.Under Western Eyes|Joseph Conrad
British Dictionary definitions for incertitude
Word Origin and History for incertitude
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.