Incertitude [noun]

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The object of this merciless retort stood for a second, in doubt as to its meaning, and then walked off, still in incertitude.

Perhaps no author has more playfully defended himself from the incertitude of criticism and the fastidiousness of critics.

With some incertitude the Vicomte d'Halluys watched the Jesuits.

Of ready decision, he was never at a loss, and seldom surprised into even momentary incertitude.

All things produced by our own meditation and understanding, whether true or false, are subject to incertitude and controversy.

By what reflections did he, a conscious reactor against the void of incertitude, justify to himself his sentiments?

She slid her hand into the curve of his elbow, her incertitude vanishing behind the filmy cloud of a smile.

Its very incertitude renders it into the likeness of a city of dream, the product of a magician's wand, blighted by uncanny spell.

Clennam's surprise was not so absorbing but that he took his resolution without any incertitude.

Wherefore this craving for incertitude, this clinging to fear, as if incertitude and fear had been the safeguards of her love.