DUBITATE

Etymology

Verb

dubitate (third-person singular simple present dubitates, present participle dubitating, simple past and past participle dubitated)

to doubt

Source: Wiktionary


Du"bi*tate, v. i. Etym: [L. dubitatus, p. p. of dubitare. See Doubt.]

Definition: To doubt. [R.] If he . . . were to loiter dubitating, and not come. Carlyle.

Source: Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary 1913 Edition



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Coffee Trivia

Coffee has initially been a food – chewed, not sipped. Early African tribes consume coffee by grinding the berries together, adding some animal fat, and rolling the treats into tiny edible energy balls.

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