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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishskepticismskep‧ti‧ci‧sm /ˈskeptɪsɪzəm/ noun [countable, uncountable]  x-refthe American spelling of scepticism
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skepticismThe judicial caution and skepticism are completely warranted.There was considerable skepticism that the Foundation would come through.Such authoritative statements do not invite skepticism.He is not so different from me, actually, except in the matters of skepticism and a sense of history.However, some skepticism has greeted this hypothesis.The financial markets shared that skepticism.It came at a moment when skepticism over the pace toward full economic union and the single currency has been mounting.Many politicians and media critics confuse cynicism with skepticism.
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