Dubious [adjective]

Definition of Dubious:


Opposite/Antonyms of Dubious:

Sentence/Example of Dubious:

From top models to Hollywood celebrities and YouTube vloggers, they’re recruiting social media influencers to whitewash their dubious records.

He’s achieved this dubious distinction by scoring negative favorability ratings among both parties.

Hawley and others who objected to the preference of Pennsylvania’s voters are building on the dubious foundation Rehnquist established in that case.

Her manner amazed him; it was so unlike the aspect of fair interpretation, with which she usually discussed a dubious subject.

Each of them was chuck full of that dubious sort of pride that has busted up more than one love-fiesta.

He looked upon her bright face, a dubious expression flittering over his own.

They were a little dubious about the night and its outcome, but all agreed it would be highly exciting.

Eddie said nothing, but looked very dubious, for the widow was not liked by the boys.

The indignant people referred the matter to the Pope, but even the date of this appeal seems to be dubious, if not unknown.

O'Toole was told to be as dumb as an oyster as to ourselves, but wide awake as to the designs of our dubious friends.