The obscure word of the week is dubiety

This week’s obscure English word is dubiety.

It’s an eighteenth century word meaning uncertainty.

Your challenge: write a sentence or two in the comments, perhaps without the alliteration, using this word.

Copyright © Matthew Wright 2019

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7 thoughts on “The obscure word of the week is dubiety

  1. Hi Matthew:

    Mr. Locke rejoiced daily in his epistemological adventures at Oxford, but was often overcome with dubriety when wondering how he might apply his wisdom to earn an honest living upon graduation. 🙂 Kevin Skislock President, Publisher, Editor-in-ChiefINFINITUM Magazinewww.InfinitumMagazine.com

    949-689-7670 (cell) skislock@sbcglobal.net

  2. Al-Maktoum, even in his grave, had no dubieties about his dubai-ety in the face of the depression caused by fake pearls in 1926. Later success, in the pearl-diving village, led to the saying, “Who needs POILS when ye gots OILS.” EHK EHK EHK EHK… (-Popeye)

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