"Those sailors we saw, Queequeg, where can they have gone to?" said I, looking dubiously at the sleeper.
It was a very dubious-looking, nay, a very dark and dismal night, bitingly cold and cheerless.
Whether to admit Hercules among us or not, concerning this I long remained dubious: for though according to the Greek mythologies, that antique Crockett and Kit Carson—that brawny doer of rejoicing good deeds, was swallowed down and thrown up by a whale; still, whether that strictly makes a whaleman of him, that might be mooted.
Such an added, gliding strangeness began to invest the thin Fedallah now; such ceaseless shudderings shook him; that the men looked dubious at him; half uncertain, as it seemed, whether indeed he were a mortal substance, or else a tremulous shadow cast upon the deck by some unseen being’s body.
There are no more uses of "dubious" in the book.
Show samples from other sources
She was dubious, but agreed to come with us anyway.
She has a dubious reputation. I wouldn’t count on her.