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- adv. In a skeptical manner, with skepticism.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a skeptical manner, in any sense of the word; with skepticism.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with scepticism; in a sceptical manner
One candidate the gun lobby views skeptically is Rudy Giuliani, R-New York.
I had watched his first term skeptically, of course, because I still was certain that Humphrey would have made a better president and because I found myself opposed to so much of Nixon’s agenda.
In my dreams, it always turned out that the bad people chasing me (usually enemies in a war or whatever) were not so bad after all, but I just looked at my subconscious kind of skeptically when it fed me that line.
The piece does quote an Obama ally conceding that senior officers view him "skeptically," and for all I know maybe some members of the military establishment somewhere do view Obama with trepidation.
But bond markets began to look more skeptically at Italy after Greece, Ireland and Portugal needed bailouts and the government has had to pay more to borrow as a result.
The bill is viewed skeptically by doctors and could push the city into conflicts with antiabortion groups and Food and Drug Administration regulations.
But Democrats were right to look on the nuclear option skeptically, and not because the proposed change was “reckless.”
But all sports are a joke in the fundamentals of their existence if you look at them closely and skeptically enough.
"Dove`?" said his mother skeptically, shielding her eyes from the bright sunshine.
I clutched the railing and looked skeptically at the first step.
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