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adjective as in suspicious, doubting

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“Jeffrey wanted me to tell you that you looked so pretty,” the female voice said into my disbelieving ear.

Yet instead of disbelieving that the facts will set us free, we cling to them as if they were spoils of war.

Spahn was stunned, disbelieving, but he told them what he knew.

We instantly imagine an elephant with pink skin, before we “engage in disbelieving it.”

A stalwart Democrat, he is disbelieving that so many of his Democratic colleagues voted against him.

Soul, Grotius falsly accused of disbelieving its immortality, 326.

Her eyes were still cold, still disbelieving, and he drew himself slowly erect.

My gardener showed it to me and said, "This is what they call a Clematis," evidently disbelieving it.

It was while browsing on such literature that Bronco halted with mouth half-open and disbelieving eyes.

A very innocent confession; plausible also; and Miss Diana saw no reason for disbelieving it.


On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to disbelieving, such as: questioning, aporetic, cagey, cynical, incredulous, and leery.

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