NounDoubt (plural Doubts)
Adjectives for Doubt
premonitory; wondering; casual; growing; reasonable; prudent; impending; recurring; faint; presumptuous; insinuating; audacious; uneasy; horrid; black; wistful; serious; disturbing; grisly; consuming; bitter; sickening; momentary; angry; torturing; cynical; passionate; formless; unmerited; nagging; insidious; mean; conflicting; anxious; painful; pecuniary; timid; sarcastic; considerable; solitary; lingering; inseparable; floating; paralyzing; melancholy; remorseful; hideous; sorrowing; thronging; rational; hopeless; jealous; tragic; unwelcome; injurious; dark; coquettish; blasphemous; unclaimed; childish; oft-repeated; religious; unanswerable; good-humored; constitutional; grave; fiendish; sagacious; cloudy; broken; desperate; earthly.
Verbs for Doubt
assail with—; attend with—; banish—; breed—; brush away—; burden with—; cast into—; chill with—; circulate—; clear up—; cloud with—; conceive—; convey—; crush—; defy—; dissipate—; dissolve—; eliminate—; entertain—; erase—; express —; falter in—; fight—; interpose—; occasion—; oppress with—; raise—; remove—; rend with—; resolve—; strike with—; sustain—; sweep away—; torture with—; trouble by—; voice—; wrap in—; wring with—; —creeps in; —encompasses; —incenses; —lingers; —lurks; —overshadows; —prevails; —pursues; —springs up; — stabs; —taints.
Adverbs for Doubt
casually; growingly; reasonably; recurringly; seriously; disturbingly; consumingly; sickeningly; momentarily; formlessly; painfully; jealously; childishly; gravely; sagaciously; paralyzingly.
Synonyms for Doubt
distrust, disbelief, dubiousness, agnosticism, concern, qualm, quandry, question, incredulity, unbelief, skepticism, suspicion, uncertainty, scruple, misgiving, perplexity, indecision, suspense, hesitancy, irresolution, hesitation, mistrust.
Antonyms for Doubt
agnosticism, agonize over, all-overs, anxiety, apprehension, apprehensiveness, awake a doubt, be at sea, be diffident, be doubtful, be dubious, be possessive, be skeptical, be uncertain, beat about, call in question, challenge, concern, confutability, contest, contestability, controvertibility, deniability, diffidence, disbelief, disbelieve, discredit, disputability, dispute, disquiet, distrust, distrustfulness, doubtful, doubtfulness, dubiety, dubiousness, dubitancy, fear, feel unsure, flounder, fluctuate, foreboding, greet with skepticism, grope, half believe, half-belief, harbor suspicions, have reservations, hesitate, hesitation, in doubt, incertitude, incredulity, irresolution, leeriness, misdoubt, misgive, misgiving, mistrust, mistrustfulness, puzzle over, qualm, qualmishness, query, question, questionableness, raise a question, refutability, reservations, scepticism, scoff, scoffing, scruple, scrupulousness, self-doubt, shadow of doubt, skepticalness, skepticism, smell a rat, suspect, suspicion, suspiciousness, thrash about, throw doubt upon, total skepticism, treat with reserve, unbelief, uncertainty, vacillate, wariness, waver, wonder, wonder whether, worry
From Middle English douten from Anglo-Norman douter from Old French douter, from Latin dubitare. Replaced Middle English tweonien "to doubt" (from Old English twēonian, compare Old English twēo "doubt, duplicity"). The modern spelling is probably under the influence of Middle French doubter.