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skeptical
used in The Sunlight Dialogues

2 uses
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Definition
doubtful (that something is true or worthwhile)

or more rarely:

generally tending to doubt what others believe
  • He was also skeptical, annoyed.
    9 — "Like a robber, I shall proceed according to my will." (62% in)
  • And, to his credit, whether his motives, ultimately, were right or wrong, Figlow could be trusted to make no trouble; he would simply watch him and wait patiently, skeptical of the future, as always, but hoping for the best.
    5 — Hunting Wild Asses (21% in)

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