Definition of Dubitates
1. dubitate [v] - See also: dubitate
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Literary usage of Dubitates
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Shakespeare from Betterton to Irving by George Clinton Densmore Odell (1920)
"1820, he thus dubitates: On November 12, TWELFTH NIGHT.—The successful introduction of music into the Comedy of Errors has given rise to a similar ..."
2. The Radical by Sidney H.. Morse, Joseph B.. Marvin (1868)
"... the man never dubitates, never loses nor softens the accent of absolute certitude. Instead of saying, "Having been so often mistaken, I may be in error ..."
3. The Tarka-sangraha, with a translation and notes in Hindí and English by Annambhaṭṭa, James Robert Ballantyne (1851)
"§13, b, — ], display themselves, just like cognitions in a dream, or like perceptions produced by magic : — so, with reference to this, lie dubitates ..."