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{adj: any, whatever, whatsoever} one or some or every or all without specification
"give me any peaches you don't want"
"not any milk is left"
"any child would know that"
"pick any card"
"any day now"
"cars can be rented at almost any airport"
"at twilight or any other time"
"beyond any doubt"
"need any help we can get"
"give me whatever peaches you don't want"
"no milk whatsoever is left"

{adj: askance, askant, asquint, squint, squint-eyed, squinty, sidelong} (used especially of glances) directed to one side with or as if with doubt or suspicion or envy
"her eyes with their misted askance look"- Elizabeth Bowen
"sidelong glances"

{adj: beyond doubt, indubitable} too obvious to be doubted

{adj: certain, sure} having or feeling no doubt or uncertainty; confident and assured
"felt certain of success"
"was sure (or certain) she had seen it"
"was very sure in his beliefs"
"sure of her friends"
<-> uncertain, unsure

{adj: certain} established beyond doubt or question; definitely known
"what is certain is that every effect must have a cause"
"it is certain that they were on the bus"
"his fate is certain"
"the date for the invasion is certain"
<-> uncertain

{adj: clear} free from confusion or doubt
"a complex problem requiring a clear head"
"not clear about what is expected of us"

{adj: conclusive} forming an end or termination; especially putting an end to doubt or question
"conclusive proof"
"the evidence is conclusive"
<-> inconclusive

{adj: debatable, problematic, problematical} open to doubt or debate
"If you ever get married, which seems to be extremely problematic"

{adj: doubtful, dubious, dubitable, in question} open to doubt or suspicion
"the candidate's doubtful past"
"he has a dubious record indeed"
"what one found uncertain the other found dubious or downright false"
"it was more than dubitable whether the friend was as influential as she thought"- Karen Horney

{adj: doubtful, dubious} fraught with uncertainty or doubt
"they were doubtful that the cord would hold"
"it was doubtful whether she would be admitted"
"dubious about agreeing to go"

{adj: established} shown to be valid beyond a reasonable doubt
"the established facts in the case"

{adj: faithful} steadfast in affection or allegiance
"years of faithful service"
"faithful employees"
"we do not doubt that England has a faithful patriot in the Lord Chancellor"
<-> unfaithful

{adj: historical} having once lived or existed or taken place in the real world as distinct from being legendary
"the historical Jesus"
"doubt that a historical Camelot every existed"
"actual historical events"

{adj: implicit, unquestioning} being without doubt or reserve
"implicit trust"

{adj: inconclusive} not conclusive; not putting an end to doubt or question
"an inconclusive reply"
"inconclusive evidence"
"the inconclusive committee vote"
<-> conclusive

{adj: indisputable, sure} impossible to doubt or dispute
"indisputable (or sure) proof"

{adj: insoluble} admitting of no solution or explanation
"an insoluble doubt"
<-> soluble

{adj: secure, unafraid, untroubled} free from fear or doubt; easy in mind
"secure himself, he went out of his way to help others"
<-> insecure

{adj: uncertain} not established beyond doubt; still undecided or unknown
"an uncertain future"
"a manuscript of uncertain origin"
"plans are still uncertain"
"changes of great if uncertain consequences"
"without further evidence his story must remain uncertain"
<-> certain

{adj: unequivocal, univocal, unambiguous} admitting of no doubt or misunderstanding; having only one meaning or interpretation and leading to only one conclusion
"unequivocal evidence"
"took an unequivocal position"
"an unequivocal success"
"an unequivocal promise"
"an unequivocal (or univocal) statement"
<-> equivocal

{adj: unsettled} still in doubt
"an unsettled issue"
"an unsettled state of mind"
<-> settled

{adv: all right, alright} without doubt (used to reinforce an assertion)
"it's expensive all right"

{adv: assuredly} without a doubt
"the grammar schools were assuredly not intended for the gentry alone"

{adv: decidedly, unquestionably, emphatically, definitely, in spades, by all odds} without question and beyond doubt
"it was decidedly too expensive"
"she told him off in spades"
"by all odds they should win"

{adv: probably, likely, in all likelihood, in all probability, belike} with considerable certainty; without much doubt
"He is probably out of the country"
"in all likelihood we are headed for war"

{adv: to be sure, without doubt, no doubt} admittedly
"to be sure, he is no Einstein"

{adv: undoubtedly, doubtless, beyond question, without doubt, beyond any doubt} with certainty
"it's undoubtedly very beautiful"

{adv: verily} in truth; beyond doubt or question
"trust in the Lord...and verily thou shalt be fed"- Ps 37:3

{n: Constitution, Old Ironsides} United States 44-gun frigate that was one of the first three naval ships built by the United States; it won brilliant victories over British frigates during the War of 1812 and is without doubt the most famous ship in the history of the United States Navy; it has been rebuilt and is anchored in the Charlestown Navy Yard in Boston

{n: accuracy, truth} the quality of being near to the true value
"he was beginning to doubt the accuracy of his compass"
"the lawyer questioned the truth of my account"
<-> inaccuracy

{n: agony, torment, torture} intense feelings of suffering; acute mental or physical pain
"an agony of doubt"
"the torments of the damned"

{n: assurance, self-assurance, confidence, self-confidence, authority, sureness} freedom from doubt; belief in yourself and your abilities
"his assurance in his superiority did not make him popular"
"after that failure he lost his confidence"
"she spoke with authority"

{n: deterrence} the act or process of discouraging actions or preventing occurrences by instilling fear or doubt or anxiety

{n: doubt, dubiousness, doubtfulness, question} uncertainty about the truth or factuality of existence of something
"the dubiousness of his claim"
"there is no question about the validity of the enterprise"

{n: doubt, uncertainty, incertitude, dubiety, doubtfulness, dubiousness} the state of being unsure of something
<-> certainty

{n: good faith, straightness} having honest intentions
"he acted in good faith"
"doubt was expressed as to the good faith of the immigrants"

{n: incredulity, disbelief, skepticism, mental rejection} doubt about the truth of something

{n: indecision, indecisiveness, irresolution} doubt concerning two or more possible alternatives or courses of action
"his indecision was only momentary but the opportunity was lost"

{n: indisputability, indubitability, unquestionability, unquestionableness} the quality of being beyond question or dispute or doubt

{n: peradventure} doubt or uncertainty as to whether something is the case
"this proves beyond peradventure that he is innocent"

{n: race} people who are believed to belong to the same genetic stock
"some biologists doubt that there are important genetic differences between races of human beings"

{n: uncertainty, uncertainness, precariousness} being unsettled or in doubt or dependent on chance
"the uncertainty of the outcome"
"the precariousness of his income"
<-> certainty

{n: weakener} that which weakens or causes a loss of strength
"doubt is a great weakener of resolve"

{v: boggle} hesitate when confronted with a problem, or when in doubt or fear

{v: doubt} consider unlikely or have doubts about
"I doubt that she will accept his proposal of marriage"

{v: doubt} lack confidence in or have doubts about
"I doubt these reports"
"I suspect her true motives"
"she distrusts her stepmother"

{v: get off} cause to be acquitted ; get off the hook ; in a legal case
"The lawyer got him off, even though there was no doubt in everybody's mind that he killed his wife"

{v: know} be aware of the truth of something ; have a belief or faith in something ; regard as true beyond any doubt
"I know that I left the key on the table"
"Galileo knew that the earth moves around the sun"

{v: misgive} suggest fear or doubt
"Her heart misgave her that she had acted inexcusably"

{v: speculate} talk over conjecturally, or review in an idle or casual way and with an element of doubt or without sufficient reason to reach a conclusion
"We were speculating whether the President had to resign after the scandal"

{v: wonder, question} place in doubt or express doubtful speculation
"I wonder whether this was the right thing to do"
"she wondered whether it would snow tonight"

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