She was sorry——Perhaps he had made all the mystery of love a mechanical cautiousness but——She fled from the thought with a dubious, "Some day."
CHAPTER VI I WHEN the first dubious November snow had filtered down, shading with white the bare clods in the plowed fields, when the first small fire had been started in the furnace, which is the shrine of a Gopher Prairie home, Carol began to make the house her own.
To be "intellectual" or "artistic" or, in their own word, to be "highbrow," is to be priggish and of dubious virtue.
Some day I hope to confide that a heap of extremely dubious pumpkins as a window-display doesn’t exhilarate me much."
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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.