Sceptic Definition

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noun
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Webster's New World
Sceptic is another spelling for skeptic which is a person who questions accepted beliefs.
An example of a sceptic is an athiest raised in a devout Catholic family.
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Someone who is undecided as to what is true and enquires after facts.
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Other Word Forms of Sceptic

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Singular:
sceptic
Plural:
sceptics

Origin of Sceptic

  • From Latin *scepticus, only in plural Sceptici (“the sect of Sceptics"), from Ancient Greek σκεπτικός (skeptikos, “thoughtful, inquiring"), from σκέπτομαι (skeptomai, “I consider"), compare to σκοπέω (skopeō, “I view, examine").

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