sceptic

Part of speech:

Sceptical.

Part of speech: noun

A doubter; one not a believer in the Christian religion.

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Usage examples "sceptic":

  1. His theological attitude is worthy of notice, for he was not in the least a sceptic. - "Pioneers of Science", Oliver Lodge.
  2. Where the mates collected the pail of live fishes for their pleasant and profitable hoax, and how, and when,- the sceptic might wonderingly ask; but a hoax it was. - "The Romance of Natural History, Second Series", Philip Henry Gosse.
  3. But then, I am a sceptic; I own it. - "The Return", Walter de la Mare.