Thesaurus / believe


The thing that I believe I got the advantage is the teammates because he left the team, and all the teammates that helped me get prepared for him know him very well.
We listened to people, and there are a lot of people who tried to stand up for what they believed in and weren’t really heard.
Those who want to wrap themselves in the flag and believe the song conveys what it means to be an American — “O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave” — can absolutely believe that.
Those squads are often hailed as reason to believe there is another way, but you’re talking about four exceptional teams over three decades.
To know that I would be waiting for 450 days or something like that, I wouldn’t believe it one bit, but here we are.
Most researchers believe the virus passed through an intermediary host, such as pangolins, and evolved into a form that is easily transmissible among people.
LeBron James said Thursday that it felt like a “slap in the face” to hold an exhibition during the coronavirus pandemic with little warning to players who believed they were getting a five-day break.
Mahomes is still a quarterback worth believing in, and the Chiefs may still stack Lombardi trophies.
The others, they can’t believe what’s happening, and they don’t want to see him win with another team.
Repeat it enough, and you might coax yourself into believing it.


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