Another reason might have been the dubiousness with which the tactics of the so-called New Journalism were viewed.
I did not overlook the evils of constraint and the dubiousness as to the character of the master I should choose.
In a few words he told her of his despair and of the dubiousness of his position.
A neighboring cauldron was threatening to overflow, and this added to the dubiousness of the situation.
This time she was sure that no dubiousness lurked beneath his tone.
Mr. Bennett contemplated him with just a tinge of dubiousness in his look.
It is unnecessary to point out the dubiousness of this theory!
Diogenes eyed her with a dubiousness that soon became certainty.
The officer peered at him from under the brim of his hat, dubiousness writ plain on his young, good-looking face.
The marks of dubiousness and indecision which accompanied these words encouraged me in endeavouring to subdue his scruples.
1540s, from Latin dubiosus "doubtful," from dubium "doubt," neuter of dubius "vacillating, moving two ways, fluctuating;" figuratively "wavering in opinion, doubting, doubtful," from duo "two" (see two), with a sense of "of two minds, undecided between two things." Old English also used tweo "two" to mean "doubt." Cf. doubt (v.). Related: Dubiously; dubiousness.