doubt (n.)
danger, risk, fear
3H6 IV.viii.37[Exeter to King, of Edward and their allies] The doubt is that he will seduce the rest
Cym IV.iv.14.1[Guiderius to Belarius] This is, sir, a doubt / In such a time nothing becoming you
Per I.ii.90[Pericles to Helicanus, of Antiochus' fear] To lop that doubt, he'll fill this land with arms
R2 III.iv.69[Gardener to First Man, of King Richard] Depressed he is already, and deposed / 'Tis doubt he will be
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