Dubitátion. n.s. [dubitatio, Latin.] The act of doubting; doubt.
Many of the ancients denied the antipodes; but the experience of our enlarged navigation can now assert them beyond all dubitation. Brown's Vulgar Errours, b. i. c. 7.
Dubitation may be called a negative perception; that is, when I perceive that what I see, is not what I would see. Grew.