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used in The Bourne Supremacy

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in various senses, including:
  • doubtful that something should be relied upon — as in "The argument relies on a dubious assumption."
  • doubtful that something is morally proper — as in "The company is accused of using dubious sales practices to influence minors."
  • bad or of questionable value — as in "The state has the dubious distinction of the highest taxes."
  • doubtful or uncertain — as in "She is dubious about making the change."
  • "To what," continued Conklin, pouring himself a drink, "do I owe this dubious pleasure?"
    Chapter 6 (76% in)
dubious = doubtful (in this case, indicating that the pleasure described as good might not actually be good)
  • 'That's dubious, but I like to think I'm competent.
    Chapter 31 (20% in)

There are no more uses of "dubious" in The Bourne Supremacy.

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