dubiously


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in a questionable and dubious manner

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in a doubtful manner

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Go for the police," I suggested dubiously, little relishing the prospect.
said Lebedeff, dubiously, as though he had not taken in the drift of the prince's remark.
Napoleon rode over the plain and surveyed the locality with a profound air and in silence, nodded with approval or shook his head dubiously, and without communicating to the generals around him the profound course of ideas which guided his decisions merely gave them his final conclusions in the form of commands.
In the stern was Mugambi, and just in front of him squatted Akut, while between Akut and Tarzan the twelve hairy apes sat upon their haunches, blinking dubiously this way and that, and now and then turning their eyes longingly back toward shore.
But plilates see 'em pletty white girl," he shrugged his shoulders and shook his head dubiously, "then old Sing no can flighten 'em 'way.
Then it was hot irons and underclothes till six o'clock, at which time Joe shook his head dubiously.
Sam withdrew from the ring, shaking his head dubiously and holding his side as if in pain.
The delight in the whale tooth faded out of the Buli's eyes, and he glanced about him dubiously.
He regarded her carefully and dubiously, yet desirefully.
I never saw anybody with purple eyes," said Diana dubiously.
It's in the Bible; but I don't think you should repeat it in connection with a cat," said Felicity dubiously.
And as I looked dubiously at this unexpected enthusiasm he started justifying it after his own manner.
There is a likeness about the eyes and complexion I think,' replied she, somewhat dubiously surveying my face; - 'and I think I saw you at church on Sunday.
But the Only Charley Welsh shook his head dubiously.
He shakes his head dubiously over the outlook for the man Johnson, who is boat- puller in the same boat with him.