Skeptic [noun]

Definition of Skeptic:

person who is leery, unbelieving; doubter; person who suspends judgment until having examined evidence supporting a point of view

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Sentence/Example of Skeptic:

Bob Wilson the skeptic, looked at his friend again critically.

We know truth when we see it, let skeptic and scoffer say what they choose.

He did not dare to tell her about his visions, for Frau Meiser was a skeptic, in her own way.

He is what is called a divine nowadays; but used to be called a skeptic.

And thus the skeptic will be convinced, in spite of his own doctrine.

Mary Louise raised a skeptic eyebrow at the discredited Zenie.

I affirmed that he was not religious in his youth—that he was a skeptic in Indiana.

To be a skeptic, is to lack the motives necessary to establish a judgment.

But the skeptic will ask how we know that God is truthful, or even that he exists.

A skeptic once determined to expose Trailanga as a charlatan.