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doubt 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/dout/,
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doubts, plural;
  1. Feel uncertain about
    • - I doubt my ability to do the job
  2. Question the truth or fact of (something)
    • - who can doubt the value of these services?
    • - I doubt if anyone slept that night
  3. Disbelieve (a person or their word)
    • - I have no reason to doubt him
  4. Feel uncertain, esp. about one's religious beliefs

  5. Fear; be afraid of
    • - I doubt not your contradictions
Noun
  1. A feeling of uncertainty or lack of conviction
    • - some doubt has been cast upon the authenticity of this account
    • - they had doubts that they would ever win

  1. consider unlikely or have doubts about; "I doubt that she will accept his proposal of marriage"
  2. the state of being unsure of something
  3. lack confidence in or have doubts about; "I doubt these reports"; "I suspect her true motives"; "she distrusts her stepmother"
  4. uncertainty about the truth or factuality or existence of something; "the dubiousness of his claim"; "there is no question about the validity of the enterprise"
  5. Doubt, a status between belief and , involves uncertainty or distrust or lack of sureness of an alleged fact, an action, a motive, or a decision. ...
  6. Doubt (Duda) is a 2003 Filipino film about fidelity and deception in a gay relationship. Cris, a young director, meets Erick and developed a relationship with him. After being together for several months, their relationship began to fall apart and is complicated by people involved in their lives.
  7. Doubt is a 2008 film adaptation of John Patrick Shanley's Pulitzer Prize winning fictional stage play ''''. ...
  8. Doubt is the second album by the British rock band Jesus Jones in 1991. The album reached #25 in the US and topped the UK chart.
  9. The following is a list of episodes for the television show Criminal Minds.
  10. The Fortean Society was started in the United States in 1931 during a meeting held in the New York flat of Charles Hoy Fort in order to promote the ideas of American writer Charles Fort. The Fortean Society was primarily based in New York City. ...
  11. Uncertainty, disbelief; To lack confidence in; to disbelieve, question, or suspect; To fear; to suspect
  12. lack of self-confidence that we can practise successfully, and lack of conviction or trust in the methods and benefits of the practice. ...
  13. diakrino (G) – Divided judgements. The opposite of faith.
  14. skeptical: vicikicchá (q.v.), kankhá (q.v.).
  15. A mental factor that wavers with respect to its object. See also Deluded doubt. See Understanding the Mind.
  16. A mental factor which is indecisive and wavering regarding important points such as karma and its result, emptiness, etc.
  17. A suspension of the mind among two or more alternatives, that is, there is question as to which of two or more alternatives is correct.
  18. Hesitation, Indecision, Insecurity, Pessimism, Scepticism, Self-doubt, Uncertainty.
  19. The uncertainty which exists in relation to a fact, a proposition, or other thing; or it is an equipoise of the mind arising from an equality of contrary reasons. Ayl. Pand. 121.
  20. means the uncertainty you have when you’re not sure that something is true. What’s the word?
  21. To question or hold questionable. Uncertainty of mind; the absence of a settled opinion or conviction; the attitude of mind toward the acceptance of or belief in a proposition, theory, or statement, in which the judgment is not at rest but inclines alternately to either side.
  22. n. The cornerstone of the four cardinal virtues of classical modernity.
  23. To be undercertain or skeptical about; 2. To tend to disbelieve; distrust.
  24. and debt have never been pronounced with a [b] sound; they came to English from French, and the 'b' was taken in from their Latin antecedents dubitum and debitum.
  25. Doubt is a major obstacle for most of us to overcome. All doubts are of the ego, which doubts all beliefs from time to time, even beliefs about its own identity. These "identity crises" it usually tries to cover over with a show of false certainty. ...