He had apparently been counseled by sceptical teammates that paying into the system at his advanced age would be foolish.
Both men were sceptical of the signal, but reacted differently.
Still, she is sceptical of attempts to take the bite out of the gender equality movement.
It is filled, and even the sceptical De Breze is impressed and awed by the sight.
He looked at Fanny with astonishment when she promised to pay him, but he was sceptical.
His reluctance, even at the close of his argument, to strike the balance, is singularly characteristic of his sceptical mind.
Some readers will be sceptical; but at least the words were acted on.
He may have been, though the thing has been pretended of so many princes that one may be sceptical where evidence is lacking.
I have never been in the least sceptical as to the utility of some of them, when properly employed.
Let the sceptical read the “Country Justice” to see what subtle threads were strong enough for a witch-halter!