disbelieve

[ dis-bi-leev ]SEE DEFINITION OF disbelieve

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But accident enabled us to hear from your own lips, details which we could not disbelieve.

Even good Bishop Jewel did not disbelieve in the power of the evil eye.

I did not imagine, I only heard and believed—and now I have seen, and I disbelieve.

I cannot yet detect any signs of such an alliance, and disbelieve the story.

The former has sworn that she mentioned it to no one, and there is no reason to disbelieve her.

Somehow it did not occur to him to disbelieve this astounding statement.

It is evident, then, you disbelieve the whole statement about the duel.

But Mr. Groschut had not seen the performance, and the Bishop affected to disbelieve it.

His perceptions were not quick as hers, and he still was determined to disbelieve.

It was at any rate infinitely safer for him to disbelieve it.

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