I doubt that we'll arrive on time.
To wonder if the person you're about to marry is the right person is an example of doubt.
Not believing that a house is haunted is an example of doubt.
An outcome still in doubt.
The outcome was in doubt.
An uncertainty about whether a football team will win a game is an example of a doubt.
A belief that you can't finish a race is an example of a doubt.
Reassured me by answering my doubts.
I doubt some foul play.
I of doubted danger had no fear.
Began to doubt some accepted doctrines.
Doubts politicians when they make sweeping statements.
- Without question; certainly; definitely.
- Very likely; probably.
Origin of doubt
- Middle English douten from Old French douter from Latin dubitāre to waver dwo- in Indo-European roots
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition