sceptical

[skep-ti-kuhl]
adjective

antisceptical, adjective
hypersceptical, adjective
hypersceptically, adverb
hyperscepticalness, noun
oversceptical, adjective
oversceptically, adverb
overscepticalness, noun
unsceptical, adjective
unsceptically, adverb
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sceptical or skeptical (ˈskɛptɪkəl)
 
adj
1.  not convinced that something is true; doubtful
2.  tending to mistrust people, ideas, etc, in general
3.  of or relating to sceptics; sceptic
 
skeptical or skeptical
 
adj
 
sceptically or skeptical
 
adv
 
skeptically or skeptical
 
adv

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Example sentences
We need to be a bit sceptical about some of the more fevered claims, of course.
The study does not compare their performance with a sceptical control group.
People might be sceptical for many reasons but you are not privy to their
  motives.
There are other reasons to be sceptical about investing in the paper and pulp
  business.
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