Definition of Doubter

1. Noun. Someone who habitually doubts accepted beliefs.

Exact synonyms: Sceptic, Skeptic
Generic synonyms: Intellect, Intellectual
Specialized synonyms: Doubting Thomas, Pessimist
Derivative terms: Doubt, Sceptical, Sceptical, Skeptical, Skeptical



2. Noun. Someone who is doubtful or noncommittal about something.
Exact synonyms: Agnostic
Generic synonyms: Individual, Mortal, Person, Somebody, Someone, Soul
Derivative terms: Agnostical, Doubt

Definition of Doubter

1. n. One who doubts; one whose opinion is unsettled; one who scruples.

Definition of Doubter

1. Noun. One who doubts. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Doubter

1. one that doubts [n -S] - See also: doubts

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Literary usage of Doubter

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1. The Will to Doubt: An Essay in Philosophy for the General Thinker by Alfred Henry Lloyd (1907)
"AN EARLY MODERN doubter. I REFERRED in an earlier chapter to the great Frenchman who boldly declared that his doubting was all that he could be certain ..."

2. The Will to Doubt: An Essay in Philosophy for the General Thinker by Alfred Henry Lloyd (1907)
"AN EARLY MODERN doubter. I REFERRED in an earlier chapter to the great Frenchman who boldly declared that his doubting was all that he could be certain ..."

3. Crusoe's Island: A Ramble in the Footsteps of Alexander Selkirk by John Ross Browne (1867)
"BAD DREAM CONCERNING THE doubter. As well as we could judge, Abraham was right in regard to the time; and being all tired, after the story of the dyspeptic ..."

4. Works by Washington Irving (1857)
"... AND WHAT CONSTITUTED A FINE LADY AND GENTLEMAN IN THE DAYS OF WALTER THE doubter. N this dulcet period of my history, when the beauteous island of ..."

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