The state or condition of being questionable; dubiousness.(noun)
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"As regards a woman, for instance, the control over her body and her sexual gratification serves as an amply sufficient sign of ownership and possession to the more modest man; another with a more suspicious and ambitious thirst for possession, sees the "questionableness," the mere apparentness of such ownership, and wishes to have finer tests in order to know especially whether the woman not only gives herself to him, but also gives up for his sake what she has or would like to have -- only THEN does he look upon her as "possessed.""
"Good to see many commenting on the questionableness of a "hunt" that ends in a 300 yard shot."
"Ramsey quotes Barth on Romans to the effect that 'the oneness of God triumphs over the whole questionableness of the Church's history'."