misdoubt


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mis·doubt

 (mĭs-dout′)
tr.v. mis·doubt·ed, mis·doubt·ing, mis·doubts
To feel doubt or distrust about.

misdoubt

(mɪsˈdaʊt)
vb
an archaic word for doubt, suspect

misdoubt


Past participle: misdoubted
Gerund: misdoubting

Imperative
misdoubt
misdoubt
Present
I misdoubt
you misdoubt
he/she/it misdoubts
we misdoubt
you misdoubt
they misdoubt
Preterite
I misdoubted
you misdoubted
he/she/it misdoubted
we misdoubted
you misdoubted
they misdoubted
Present Continuous
I am misdoubting
you are misdoubting
he/she/it is misdoubting
we are misdoubting
you are misdoubting
they are misdoubting
Present Perfect
I have misdoubted
you have misdoubted
he/she/it has misdoubted
we have misdoubted
you have misdoubted
they have misdoubted
Past Continuous
I was misdoubting
you were misdoubting
he/she/it was misdoubting
we were misdoubting
you were misdoubting
they were misdoubting
Past Perfect
I had misdoubted
you had misdoubted
he/she/it had misdoubted
we had misdoubted
you had misdoubted
they had misdoubted
Future
I will misdoubt
you will misdoubt
he/she/it will misdoubt
we will misdoubt
you will misdoubt
they will misdoubt
Future Perfect
I will have misdoubted
you will have misdoubted
he/she/it will have misdoubted
we will have misdoubted
you will have misdoubted
they will have misdoubted
Future Continuous
I will be misdoubting
you will be misdoubting
he/she/it will be misdoubting
we will be misdoubting
you will be misdoubting
they will be misdoubting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been misdoubting
you have been misdoubting
he/she/it has been misdoubting
we have been misdoubting
you have been misdoubting
they have been misdoubting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been misdoubting
you will have been misdoubting
he/she/it will have been misdoubting
we will have been misdoubting
you will have been misdoubting
they will have been misdoubting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been misdoubting
you had been misdoubting
he/she/it had been misdoubting
we had been misdoubting
you had been misdoubting
they had been misdoubting
Conditional
I would misdoubt
you would misdoubt
he/she/it would misdoubt
we would misdoubt
you would misdoubt
they would misdoubt
Past Conditional
I would have misdoubted
you would have misdoubted
he/she/it would have misdoubted
we would have misdoubted
you would have misdoubted
they would have misdoubted
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misdoubt

verb
1. To be uncertain, disbelieving, or skeptical about:
Idiom: have one's doubts.
2. To lack trust or confidence in:
References in classic literature ?
And, though ye've got the crookedest nose in New York City, I misdoubt that all the fortune-tellers doing business could milk good luck from ye.
I misdoubt,' said Rachael, 'if there is as many as twenty left in all this place, who have any trust in the poor dear lad now.
Also, I have a holy brother of his a prisoner at no great distance, and I would fain have the Friar to help me to deal with him in due sort I greatly misdoubt the safety of the bluff priest.