believe


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Synonyms for believe

accept

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believe in someone

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  • trust in
  • have faith in
  • place reliance on
  • place your trust in
  • pin your faith on
  • place confidence in

believe in something

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Synonyms for believe

to regard (something) as true or real

to have confidence in the truthfulness of

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to have an opinion

to view in a certain way

to regard in an appraising way

believe in: to place trust or confidence in

Synonyms for believe

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Scotland had the highest number of people who believe in fortune telling or tarot, at 18 per cent, and Wales had the highest proportion who believe in reincarnation, at 32 per cent.
Scotland had the highest number of people who believe in fortune telling or Tarot at 18% and Wales had the highest proportion of people who believe in reincarnation at 32%.
Hanish says that as we move down the path toward fair value accounting, "it makes it more difficult to step back and truly say these numbers are verifiable and auditable," and that he doesn't believe the auditing standards have kept pace with the FASB's direction around fair value accounting.
I believe there are many investor groups that do not want to see a gigantic step back from what Sarbanes-Oxley is working to try to put in place.
As Michael Shermer points out in Why People Believe Weird Things (1997), we fall into logical fallacies and superstitious beliefs with amazing ease.
First, God's sovereignty is as important to us as it is to Calvinists; it is just that we do not believe sovereignty entails that God predestines everything that happens.
The VT supporters also believe in a periodized approach to training.
While start-up and maintenance costs are hindering some carriers from implementing real-time interface systems, many industry experts believe these expenses are only minimal.
No decisions, have been made yet, but Graham believes an innovation of this sort is what people should start to look towards for examples of how you can find alternative sources of energy that will not cause GHGs.
Believe it or not, there's no point pitching an author on an adult contemporary radio station or a television station talk show with a reporter for a competing network.
The experiments test a basic assumption of Spinoza's theory: If people initially believe both true and false ideas, interruption of the mental evaluation of those ideas should interfere with the ability to reject bogus claims, while true notions would maintain their seal of approval.
With Believe Wireless, I pay less money for better service," said Ted Yadlowsky, an IT consultant with Netcentric Vision in Owings Mills.
There are certainly unpatriotic lunatics on the far left who hate America and find fault with everything we do, everything we try and everything we believe in.
Audit firms, on the other hand, believe that auditors must attest to the actual internal control environment itself.
While we agree that if the tax system does not respond to noncompliance or to sham transactions, public confidence in the fairness of the system will be diminished, we also believe that public confidence can be equally impaired by the enactment of overreaching and overbroad legislation.