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sceptic

 : 
Adjective, Noun
 : 
scep=tic

CIDE DICTIONARY

sceptic,  

OXFORD DICTIONARY

sceptic, n. & adj. (US skeptic)
--n.
1 a person inclined to doubt all accepted opinions; a cynic.
2 a person who doubts the truth of Christianity and other religions.
3 hist. a person who accepts the philosophy of Pyrrhonism.
--adj. = SCEPTICAL.

Derivative
scepticism n.
Etymology
F sceptique or L scepticus f. Gk skeptikos (as SCEPSIS)

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