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skeptical

[skep-ti-kuhl]
adjective
1.
inclined to skepticism; having doubt: a skeptical young woman.
2.
showing doubt: a skeptical smile.
3.
denying or questioning the tenets of a religion: a skeptical approach to the nature of miracles.
4.
(initial capital letter) of or pertaining to Skeptics or Skepticism.
Also, sceptical.


Origin:
1630–40; skeptic + -al1

skeptically, adverb
skepticalness, noun
antiskeptical, adjective
nonskeptical, adjective
overskeptical, adjective
overskeptically, adverb
overskepticalness, noun
unskeptical, adjective
unskeptically, adverb


1. skeptic. See doubtful. 3. unbelieving.
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skeptical
from skeptic.
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