Answer: Doubtful, skeptical, questionable
Word Origin mid 16th century (in dubious (sense 2)): from Latin dubiosus from dubium 'a doubt' neuter of dubius 'doubtful'.
Scrabble Points: 10
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Dubious derives from the Latin verb dubare meaning "to hesitate in choice of opinions or courses " and it is related to the Latin word for "two": duo. Dubious can be used to indicate uncertainty about the result of an action or the truth of a statement as well as about the uncertainty of a person and his or her character.
41 synonyms of dubious from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus plus 71 related words definitions and antonyms. Find another word for dubious . Dubious : giving good reason for being doubted questioned or challenged.
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Dubious definition doubtful; marked by or occasioning doubt: a dubious reply. See more.
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