It may be reasonable, to a jury [5]

It can sometimes be difficult to find good clues in a Monday puzzle, since the longer answers are often part of a theme and the shorter ones (trying to be easy) tend to pull from common words or fill-in-the-blank partials. But you can find a good way to dress up even the most standard of words, in this case, coming at DOUBT from a common yet clever association.

  • Neal deGrasse Tyson & Andrea Carla Michaels, The New York Times, 3/20/17

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