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skeptical
used in The Lords of Discipline

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

or more rarely:

generally tending to doubt what others believe
  • If the cadre had been aware of my skepticism they would have run me out of the barracks within twenty-four hours.
    Chapter 2.17 (9% in)
  • The latrine walls became a battleground between cadets who wanted the war treated with reverence and those who insisted on treating it with skepticism, with the Corps's supernatural gift for reducing sacred topics to absurdity.
    Chapter 1.10 (27% in)
  • She looked at me with furious skeptical eyes and said in a slow, measured voice meant to wound, "Go to hell, cadet.
    Chapter 3.29 (56% in)
  • Mark asked, his voice tense and skeptical.
    Chapter 4.35 (41% in)

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