skepticism

Part of speech: noun

Scepticism.

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Usage examples "skepticism":

  1. Yet skepticism would be without warrant. - "Horace and His Influence", Grant Showerman.
  2. When I told him that he was a common nuisance, and that I had to work for him like a church- warden, he laughed as though it were a joke, and seriously told me it was all right, and he didn't mind my skepticism at all. - "Esther", Henry Adams.
  3. Animal desires and brute instincts grappled with intellectual convictions and spiritual aspirations; flesh and blood with mind and spirit; skepticism with trust; despair with hope. - "The Redemption of David Corson", Charles Frederic Goss.