raise doubtsIt could be that you think he'll say ‘no’ or that he'll raise doubts and practical concerns.
serious doubtsBy a quarter to five Kathleen was having serious doubts about her sanity.
have doubtsThat's when I began to have doubts about the company.
have any doubtsOh no — the doctor doesn't have any doubts.’
doubt about whether
cast doubtsInvestors have been unsettled by a filibuster in Congress, which cast doubts on the president's ability to push through as big a deficit-reduction as they were expecting.
have grave doubts‘I have grave doubts that Barbara Mullen would ever have had an understanding, Janet.
have some doubtsNow the Times has never asked me to write a leading article announcing that I have some doubts about the quantum theory
because of doubtsHowever, this ad hoc procedure has not been without its critics, largely because of doubts about whether it is possible to perform the exercise with sufficient precision to arrive at a clear-cut evaluation.
where doubtsWhichever method is used, it is essential that where doubts exist management should monitor the output of the work-force before finalising the target.
doubt were expressed
have no doubts‘I have no doubts at all.