What is another word for dubious?

1084 synonyms found


[ djˈuːbɪəs], [ djˈuːbɪəs], [ d_j_ˈuː_b_ɪ__ə_s]

"Dubious" is a word that describe something or someone that is uncertain, doubtful, questionable, or ambiguous. There are several synonyms of this word that can be used interchangeably in different contexts. Some of the synonyms for "dubious" include: hesitant, skeptical, unsure, suspicious, undecided, uncertain, wary, mistrustful, ambivalent, and iffy. These synonyms can be used to describe a person's feelings, intentions, actions, beliefs, or circumstances that are uncertain or doubtful. Choosing the right synonym for "dubious" can add nuance and clarity to your writing or conversation and help convey your intended meaning more effectively.

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What are the opposite words for dubious?

Dubious is an adjective that describes something that is doubtful or uncertain in nature. Its antonyms, on the other hand, are words that convey the opposite meaning. Therefore, some antonyms for dubious are certain, definite, unquestionable, reliable, and trustworthy. When something or someone is reliable, there is no doubt about their validity or truthfulness. Similarly, when something is definite or certain, it means that there is no uncertainty. Trustworthy implies that a person or thing is worthy of trust, and there is no reason to doubt their actions or intentions. Finally, unquestionable simply means that it is impossible or difficult to question the validity or truth of something.

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Usage examples for Dubious

The first days of the new Cabinet were stormy and its outlook was dubious.
"A History of the Third French Republic"
C. H. C. Wright
She tried something else-a dubious 'I can't be sure, but I suppose ...
"The Furnace"
Rose Macaulay
The uncertainty of game was serious, with nothing as a reserve to await the dubious coming of a ship.
"My Attainment of the Pole"
Frederick A. Cook

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