incertitude

Part of speech: noun

Uncertainty; obscurity.

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Usage examples "incertitude":

  1. She withdrew her hand and danced to her feet, her incertitude vanishing like a candle flame blown out. - "Every Soul Hath Its Song", Fannie Hurst.
  2. Of ready decision, he was never at a loss, and seldom surprised into even momentary incertitude. - "Guy Rivers: A Tale of Georgia", William Gilmore Simms.
  3. This state of incertitude had the most fatal effect, not only upon the fortunes, but upon the moral condition of the settlers. - "The Bushman Life in a New Country", Edward Wilson Landor.