1. Therefore, I smoked my cigarette without Misgivingand kept close watch for bobbing black dots against the far-flung green
2. Although leadersfrom both countries agreed on paper to back up each other & # 8217 ; s work stoppages, Misgivingand personal greed prevented the integrity so desperately needed
Definition of misgiving. : a feeling of doubt or suspicion especially concerning a future event Many people have expressed misgivings about his ability to do the job.
Antonyms for misgiving. uncertainty: calmness, assurance, confidence, sureness, belief, unconcern, certainty, ease, faith, doubtlessness, trust.
noun. usually misgivings. A feeling of doubt or apprehension about the outcome or consequences of something. 'we have misgivings about the way the campaign is being run'. More example sentences. 'I felt a sense of misgiving at the prospect of retirement'. 'Chief among these misgivings is a suspicion that the new system is about putting a brake on the capacity of patients to make trouble.'.