"I will," Gabriel said, doubting that Deidre was able to help without her memories.
Doubting she'd welcome him, he was drawn to her in a way he wasn't going to be able to fight for long.
"Thanks," Kiera said, doubting her outgoing friend would sit in a corner like she planned on doing.
"Are you sure?" asked a doubting voice.
I don't want you going into that room doubting my feelings.
"Jesus. Hannah's in Hell," Katie mused, doubting her sister was remotely fine.
Darian smiled, doubting the White God would remotely agree with the two women before him but proud of them nonetheless.
Jessi whirled and ran, doubting anyone was going to save her this time.
It was during the siege of Arca that Peter Bartholomew, to whom the vision of the Holy Lance had first appeared, was subjected, with no definite result, to the ordeal of fire - the hard-headed Normans doubting the genuine character of any Provencal vision, the more when, as in this case, it turned to the political advantage of the Provencals.
But there is no reason for doubting the universal tradition which ascribes it to Clement, or the generally accepted date, c. A.D.
There is no reason for doubting that the Nicomachean Ethics to the end of Book vii., the Eudemian Ethics to the end of Book Z, and the Magna Moralia as far as Book ii.
But he admits that " some of the old poems may have been borrowed from tradition, without any intermediary " (ibid.); and when it is considered that the traces of the " cantilenes " are slight, and that the degree in which they inspired the later poetry must be a matter of impression rather than of proof, it does not surprise us to find other scholars (notably Paul Meyer) attaching less importance to them, or even doubting their existence.2 When Leon Gautier shows how history passes into legend, and legend again into romance, we are reminded of the difference 1 Die exegetischen Scholien der Ilias, p. vii.
Power and their arrogance, and doubting their loyalty, he imprisoned them and confiscated their lands.
He did not think of doubting Freemasonry itself, but suspected that Russian Masonry had taken a wrong path and deviated from its original principles.
Strange, isn't it, General? he said, evidently not doubting that this remark would be agreeable to his hearer since it went to prove his, Napoleon's, superiority to Alexander.
But in spite of every desire to regard it as known, anyone reading many historical works cannot help doubting whether this new force, so variously understood by the historians themselves, is really quite well known to everybody.