It appears that even the president sensed his announcement would be greeted with skepticism.
Vieira realizes this mission makes him the butt of an endless onslaught of skepticism and criticism.
After Vietnam, it was axiomatic that the press would approach those in power with a skepticism verging on cynicism.
If his downfall leads to skepticism about his cause, it would be not just a scandal, but a tragedy.
The audience, however, greeted the panelist with a healthy dose of skepticism.
The evidence, however, seems to me to stand against the skepticism expressed therein.
Primmie seemed to discern a hint of skepticism even in the cough.
skepticism in a book did not disturb him; he could put down words against it.
I resist the skepticism of our education and of our educated men.
Miss Whitmore did not much like the skepticism in his tone, but she stood up, took quick, careful aim and fired.