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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of scepticism

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of scepticism:
/sɛptɪsɪzəm/

Derived Form of scepticism

noun
plural: scepticisms
Noun
1
the disbelief in any claims of ultimate knowledge
Synonymsagnosticism, skepticism,
Type ofdisbelief, unbelief,

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  1. Scepticism is the noun that describes the sceptic. (eg - common scepticism)
  2. OWN SCEPTICISM, THE PRESIDENTS SCEPTICISM ABOUT ECONOMIC DATA.
  3. We tend to divide ancient scepticism into two waves: Academic Scepticism, named after Plato's
  4. Speech marks can be used to express irony, sarcasm or scepticism.
  5. crush them. This is not the moment for German scepticism. (Moving to
  6. incredulity is doubt or scepticism if you doubt something is true or real if
  7. But at the big banks theres still plenty of scepticism
  8. have a lot of scepticism.
  9. Dan: Finally, we had scepticism.
  10. Scepticism is doubt that something is real or true.
  11. And this means to view something with scepticism
  12. is this healthy scepticism that is encouraged in an academic context. Through critical thinking,
  13. If this was received with scepticism,
  14. >> PHIL RUCKER TALKED ABOUT HIS OWN SCEPTICISM, THE PRESIDENTS
  15. SCEPTICISM ABOUT ECONOMIC DATA. LET ME READ YOU SOMETHING THAT
  16. it promoted scientific thought, scepticism and intellectual interchange
  17. himself appeared for some strange reason this resulted in widespread scepticism
  18. and I shit you not these characters very quickly conclude without any shred of scepticism
  19. Scepticism is an adjective, you say.
  20. I felt he was beginning to sense my scepticism.