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I neither doubted yourself nor your courage.
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The Lady had made all things ready for the Entertaining her Gallant; a Splendid Banquet being provided for him before he went to his Amorous Engagement; and being just ready to call him in, her Husband (who had been concealed near the House for some time, and seen the suspected Gallant walk to and fro in the Street,) suddenly enters the House, and finding such a Banquet ready prepared, no longer doubted but it was to entertain him; and therefore hastily calls for his Wife, and asks her the meaning of those Preparations, and who that Banquet was design'd for?
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The anchorite's self-accusation must have appeared incredible, and indeed scarcely possible, to all who knew Paulus and Sirona; and nevertheless no one, not even the senator, doubted it for an instant.
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Kropotkin says that Dostoevski "had inwardly doubted whether the novel would even be read by the editor.
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If one really doubted the genius of Dostoevski, one would merely need to contemplate the men in this extraordinary story, and listen to their talk.
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The baker not only did this, but the Lord opened his heart to add a bountiful supply; and from that hour to the present, which is nearly fifty years, I have never doubted that _God would take care of his children_." ABRAHAM LINCOLN'S FAITH IN PRAYER.
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Many persons had doubted Marie Louise's pregnancy.
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No one, seeing them thus together, could have doubted of the affectionate feeling which Stephen Lord entertained for his son.
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No murmur at her father's will had escaped Nancy, in this respect very unlike her brother, who, when grief was forgotten, declared himself ill-used; she seemed perfectly content with the conditions laid upon her, and the sincerity of her mourning could not be doubted.
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A stranger, even a specialist in the matter, might have doubted whether the fourth decade lay more than a month or two behind her.
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One of the upper windows on this side, however, was open; a bright light streamed from it, and thence he doubted not the sweet sounds came.
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No one doubted that he was one of the statesmen of the future; but it could be seen he was biding his time.
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We doubted not the matter of fact, it being tried in Cromwell's time, but the safety of carrying them in ships; but he do tell us, that when he comes to tell the King his secret (for none but the Kings, successively, and their heirs must know it), it will appear to be of no danger at all.
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The anchor light of the houseboat had been lost in the storm of the previous night, or else it had been stolen, which latter they doubted.
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Nitschmann doubted the wisdom of the plan, but courteously agreed to refer it to Zinzendorf, who, however, refused his sanction.
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Spangenberg promised to lay these matters before the congregation, but so far as Fast days were concerned, he said that while he would observe them as a matter of conscience if he belonged to a Church which required them, he doubted the wisdom of forcing them upon a Church in which they were not obligatory.
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Tradition mentions the secret consecration of two Bishops of Pennsylvania before this time, but its authenticity is doubted, and the two men did not exercise any episcopal powers.
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On a close scrutiny, however, they doubted his claim to relationship, and flatly told him so.
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Many have often doubted by which of the monks the desert was first inhabited.
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In his ingenuousness he doubted her story as little as he doubted what he read in books, and he was angry that such wonderful things never happened to him.
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Examples of Doubted

Example #1
Thee must not turn back now.
Example #2
Did not the man deserve his end?
Example #3
Which he promis'd faithfully to do, and was at his Post accordingly.
Example #4
And having rid a Mile or two out of Town, to a Friend and Confident of his, he there left his Horses and Servants, and in the Evening return'd privately to his own House.
Example #5
Dame Dorothea only shook her head incredulously, and though she could find no explanation for the occurrence, she still could not but say to herself, that this man did not look like a lover, and that Sirona would hardly have forgotten her duty for his sake.
Example #6
Petrus and the slaves had frequently seen the anchorite, but never without a sheepskin similar to that which Phoebicius held in his hand.