Doubted [verb]

Definition of Doubted:

lack confidence in; question

Opposite/Antonyms of Doubted:

Sentence/Example of Doubted:

It’s all backing snarky raps full of humor and wordplay, and it becomes about facing — and overcoming — a more generalized internal doubt.

I have no doubt Jalen is destined for great things and can’t wait to see what’s in store for the future.

Then there is the bevy of pending lawsuits the president and his allies are using to continue to cast doubt on the outcome of the election.

Though Disney hasn’t taken a firm stance as to whether Depp will return as Captain Jack Sparrow, producer Jerry Bruckheimer seemed to cast doubt on the prospect in May.

Many doubt to this day that America got a full and honest account of the President’s knowledge and involvement in the plot to trade arms for hostages.

There were definitely doubts—there’s obviously so much I want to accomplish in my golf game.

A good rule of thumb … when in doubt, wash your bags and throw out bags that are worn or very dirty.

They’ve also played a growing role as the president and his allies have cast doubt on the integrity of American elections.

On Wednesday, Cal Coach Justin Wilcox announced that a player had tested positive and a “significant” number of players needed contact tracing, putting Saturday’s game into doubt.

I’ll tell you in two paragraphs, but first I want to establish my age so there are no doubts about just how curmudgeonly is the person whose words you are reading.