dubitante

adjective
du·​bi·​tan·​te | \ ˌdü-bi-ˈtan-tē, ˌdyü-, -ˈtän-\

Legal Definition of dubitante

: having doubts used of a judge who expresses doubt about but does not dissent from a decision reached by a court

History and Etymology for dubitante

Latin, ablative singular masculine of dubitans, present participle of dubitare to doubt

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