dubiosity

[doo-bee-os-i-tee, dyoo-]
noun, plural dubiosities.

Origin:
1640–50

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dubiety or dubiosity (djuːˈbaɪɪtɪ, ˌdjuːbɪˈɒsɪtɪ)
 
n , pl -ties
1.  the state of being doubtful
2.  a doubtful matter
 
[C18: from Late Latin dubietās, from Latin dubiusdubious]
 
dubiosity or dubiosity
 
n
 
[C18: from Late Latin dubietās, from Latin dubiusdubious]

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Example sentences
Based upon the facts of this case, the incredible dubiosity rule simply does
  not apply.
However, he identifies no basis for applying the incredible dubiosity rule.
The incredible dubiosity doctrine, however, does not apply here because the
  evidence was not from a single witness.
The incredible dubiosity rule does not apply here because corroborating
  testimony and evidence was presented.
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