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The courts were almost twice as likely to disbelieve the mothers’ claims of abuse in those scenarios.

Here is the part most people are unaware of or disbelieve because it seems like it may be crystal healing pseudoscience.

Due out on Friday, the report’s expected assertion that no classified American programs exist to explain the observations will most likely be dismissed by those primed to disbelieve government pronouncements.

Even if we set aside these reasons to disbelieve Carlson’s theory and the fact that the government isn’t supposed to cite government agents as unindicted co-conspirators, it’s still a massive leap to assume that these people were government agents.

I was supposed to disbelieve everything the Israelis just told me.

I have looked down on dead Marines this way, trying to disbelieve them back to life.

You may disbelieve the promise, but I'm afraid you can't simply instruct the voters to agree with you.

There's another reason to disbelieve in a conspiracy: the number comes too late to do any good.

Some" may disbelieve these things, but even among conservatives, it is unlikely to be a very big "some.

We must disbelieve the alleged fact, or believe that we were mistaken in admitting the supposed law.

He must still either believe in witchcraft or disbelieve all of the Bible.

Sitting opposite to this cynical man of the world and listening to his talk, Hyacinth came himself to disbelieve in principle.

I disbelieve in this commercial selfishness emphasized in the text.

We should indeed be reduced to a most distressing dilemma, if we were to disbelieve every thing we cannot fully comprehend.


On this page you'll find 46 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to disbelieve, such as: repudiate, discount, discredit, distrust, eschew, and mistrust.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.