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- adj. septic
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as septic.
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I was septical when I read about it the first time, but I am a convert now.
Local poli blogger Andy Mayer (LD) is septical while rival Jon Worth (L) is sceptical.
Meanwhile, Cardamone is septical that Israel, the biggest single debtor, will pay off the loans which go back to 1976.
"African success stories" to an increasingly septical and aid-weary European public, there will be little support for continuing EU aid for the continent.
I still septical about Amanda’s comeback, this show just need decent and coherent storylines.
June 7th, 2006 at 1:45 pm they’re a septical crowd