doubt (part of speech: verb)
- Whether he decided to disbelieve in any danger; whether he resolved to brave it whatever it might be; or whether, having got thus far, he had not sufficient control over his inclinations to resist going further- at all events he drew in his breath, set his boyish lips, and drove the silver rod into the aperture with right good will. - "Archibald Malmaison", Julian Hawthorne.
- The fact is, consciously or not, you doubt my honesty; you think I am making faces, and at heart disbelieve my utterances. - "The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 24 (of 25)", Robert Louis Stevenson Other: Andrew Lang.
- It was hard to disbelieve his guilt. - "Ismailia", Samuel W. Baker.