A feeling of doubt that often results in wavering. See Synonyms at uncertainty.(noun)
A matter of doubt.(noun)
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Use "dubiety" in a sentence
"It threw a kind of dubiety upon Susan's moral conduct."
"Well, first things first: to be honest, if she doesn't welcome fanfiction of her work, I'm inclined to think she can only be right about its ethical dubiety ... when it comes to fanfiction of her work, that is ... mostly."
"But were the Republican party to become a permanent minority - or espouse big-gov - Benjamin Franklin's dubiety that America could "keep" her Republic will have been proven well justified. ndm"