disbelief[ dis-bi-leef ]SEE DEFINITION OF disbelief
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They stared at each other in disbelief of what their eyes had registered.
I was not then a sceptic; I had got as far as disbelief in infant baptism, but no further.
Galusha was quite emphatic in his expression of disbelief in that possibility.
The war will speed up "belief" in some and "disbelief" in others.
Surely we must, at least, give them the credit of believing in their disbelief.
"We shall see that presently," replied he, in a tone of disbelief.
To the warnings of the righteous they oppose an offensive pretence of disbelief.
His disbelief and his pessimism were identical in their structure.
I waited for his leap with doubt, with disbelief, in the helpless agitation of the weak.
He imagined himself sweeping their disbelief out of his way.
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