misdoubt

verb mis·doubt \ ˌmis-ˈdau̇t \

Definition of misdoubt

transitive verb
1 : doubt
2 : suspect, fear

misdoubt

noun

Examples of misdoubt in a Sentence

  1. unexpectedly elevated to the throne, the new king acknowledged that many misdoubted his ability to lead his people

First Known Use of misdoubt

circa 1550

misdoubt Synonyms

Synonyms
doubt, distrust, mistrust, question, suspect
Antonyms
trust
Related Words
disbelieve, discount, discredit, negate
Near Antonyms
bank (on or upon), count (on or upon), depend (on or upon), rely (on or upon)


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