1. doubtfulness; dubiousness. The truth is not ascertained; the latest accounts have not removed the uncertainty.
2. Want of certainty; want of precision; as the uncertainty of the signification of words.
Steadfastly grasping the greatest and most slippery uncertainties.
4. Something unknown.
Our shepherd's case is every man's case that quits a certainty for an uncertainty.
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