Dubious in a Sentence
Dubious - Definition
Use Dubious in a sentence
I had the feeling Charlie’s dubious plan would never work.
When questioned about the night of the murder, the suspect's memory was dubious.
The teacher was dubious of Johnny’s homework excuse.
In spite of her dubious ancestry, the con artist continued to claim her parents were of noble birth.
How many times must I warn you about opening dubious emails?
His essay contained dubious facts.
Even after hearing her husband’s story, Mary was still dubious about his whereabouts.
The suspect’s alibi seemed dubious to the police.
Because Larry had a drinking problem, I was dubious about going to a bar with him.
In such a crazy world, it is hard not to be dubious of a stranger’s intentions.
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doubtful, questionable, untrustworthy, hesitant, uncertain, unreliable, suspicious
trustworthy, reliable, certain, sure, definite