verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
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Idioms for doubt
Origin of doubt
usage note for doubt
The expressions doubt but and doubt but that occur in all varieties of standard speech and writing: I don't doubt but she is sincere. There is no doubt but that the charges will affect his career. Doubt but what occurs mainly in informal speech and writing: There is no doubt but what the rainy weather will hurt the crops.
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Example sentences from the Web for doubt
She read in this singular alteration of his ways the undoubtable indication of an altered character.Love-at-Arms|Raphael Sabatini
He felt that her undoubtable quality had a non-individual flavour, as if standing for her class.The Island Pharisees|John Galsworthy
For then leaving virtue, it falls into disdained baseness, which is the undoubtable badge of one that will betray society.
There was an undoubtable noise of sawing, and I knew at once that a burglar was entering our home.The Water Goats and Other Troubles|Ellis Parker Butler
Was it only his habit in diplomatic affairs to doubt everything that was not undoubtable.The Cab of the Sleeping Horse|John Reed Scott
British Dictionary definitions for doubt
Derived forms of doubtdoubtable, adjectivedoubtably, adverbdoubter, noundoubtingly, adverb
Word Origin for doubt
usage for doubt
Idioms and Phrases with doubt
see beyond a doubt; cast doubt on; give the benefit of the doubt; no doubt; shadow of a doubt.