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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishskepticalskep‧ti‧cal /ˈskeptɪkəl/ adjective  x-refthe American spelling of sceptical
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skepticalEven the stock market is becoming skeptical.He was humane and yet skeptical.I, too, was skeptical.He is skeptical about estimates that some may pay more than $ 100,000 to rent his home.It will take a lot to convince the increasingly skeptical American public.I really should have had an accountant to act as a buffer, and filter all money issues through his skeptical gaze.Others are skeptical of that interpretation.But others, more skeptical, put her age at fifty.The three faiths all taught profoundly skeptical views of human existence.
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