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There seems to be some doubt as to whether this is legal.
I have no doubt that he will succeed.
There's little doubt that the measures will be extremely unpopular.
The accident raised doubts about (=makes people have doubts about) the safety of the aircraft.
Nagging doubts about her story do remain.
I have serious doubts about whether this system will work.
The prosecution cannot prove beyond all reasonable doubt that she intended to kill him.
He might be telling the truth, but I have my doubts.
If in doubt, get someone to help you.
It is now open to doubt whether the concert will go ahead.
She is without a doubt one of our most talented students.
This is the American English definition of doubt. View British English definition of doubt.
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