1. To cause to be distrusted or disbelieved.
2. To damage the reputation of; SYN. disgrace.
To regard as untrustworthy; regard with suspicion; have no faith or confidence in; SYN. mistrust, suspect.
1. To consider unlikely or have doubts about.
2. To lack confidence in.
To doubt; to hesitate.
ETYM Poetic and R.
1. To interrupt temporarily an activity before continuing; SYN. pause.
2. To pause or hold back in uncertainty or unwillingness; SYN. waver, swiver.
1. To ask questions; to make inquiry.
2. (Archaic) To have a doubt.
1. To call into question; challenge the accuracy, probity, or propriety of; SYN. oppugn.
2. To pose a question; SYN. query.
1. To hold in suspicion; believe to be guilty.
2. To imagine to be true or to be the case
3. To imagine to be true; SYN. surmise.
4. To believe guilty.
5. To suspect to be false; SYN. distrust, doubt.