self-doubt

NOUN
  1. lack of self-confidence
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How To Use self-doubt In A Sentence

  • His ego was impervious to self-doubt.
  • Perhaps it comes down to a pathological lack of self-doubt and a gift for lending that trait to others, at least for a while. Times, Sunday Times
  • She is assailed by self-doubt and emotional insecurity.
  • Out of the all the superhero movies to date, this period of self-doubt and loathing, is probably the most adult issue. Iron Man 2 Movie Review ***SPOILERS*** « Monster Scifi Show Blog
  • She is always assailed by self-doubt and emotional insecurity.
  • And then I have to push through the self-doubt what I call the Slough of Despond and emerge from the other side. Interview: Pat Murphy
  • As the old patterns die in their minds and the new ones begin to take shape, people are assailed by self-doubt and misgivings about their leaders.
  • These diarised moments of brutal honesty, twinned with hesitant uncertainty, are typical of Woolf's swings between self-doubt and dogged ambition.
  • Is political theatre just an outlet for self-doubting, defeated actors?
  • As a coltish 16-year-old who was unprepared to deal with her still-maturing body, she began to struggle with weight control and self-doubt.
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