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dubious
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A Tale of Two Cities
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  • Mr. Cruncher was soothed, but shook his head in a dubious and moral way.
  • "Oh dear me!" cried Mr. Lorry, rubbing his chin, and looking at his visitor dubiously.
  • Beginning to be struck by Defarge’s manner, Mr. Lorry looked dubiously at him, and led the way.
  • "It is a great pity," croaked Jacques Three, dubiously shaking his head, with his cruel fingers at his hungry mouth; "it is not quite like a good citizen; it is a thing to regret."

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  • She was dubious, but agreed to come with us anyway.
  • She has a dubious reputation. I wouldn’t count on her.

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