disbelieve

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Synonyms for disbelieve

doubt

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Synonyms for disbelieve

to give no credence to

Synonyms

Synonyms for disbelieve

reject as false

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Murjif" for those who engage in propaganda against Muslims, "muqatil" for the ones who incites disbelievers against Muslims, and "Sa'ee bil fasad" for those who promote secular ideologies, the report added.
This does not mean that if one is a disbeliever, then he or she is allowed to take his money.
Allah promiseth the hypocrites, both men and women, and the disbelievers in their abode.
Another group of pupils are told in an assembly: "The disbelievers, they are the worst of all people.
It said: "You disbelievers are the firewood of Hell.
Protestations that the project is directed at disbelievers, rather than reassuring spiritually colonized believers of the scientific bases of their faith, ignore the fact that disbelievers have no need for such exegeses; the explanatory power of modern scientific discoveries is derived elsewhere.
37 The sects among them differ: but woe unto the disbelievers from the meeting of an awful day.
God has granted to the Holy Men the killing and the wounding of dozens of treacherous officers, soldiers and security leaders and after they ran out of ammunition, they exploded their vests upon the vanguard of the disbelievers who tried to storm the building.
Doubters and disbelievers can only take a look at the more established Lebanese experience to see for themselves.
We are all believers in some things and disbelievers in whatever conflicts with what we do believe.
Reporting the views of such disbelievers, he maintained, saved us "from the trouble of having to check out the fact that these other sides were the proverbial Flat Earth Society.
He stuck with her and in the face of fierce resistance he finally persuaded not just the monarchy and the Establishment but an entire nation of angry disbelievers (us) into accepting Camilla as his wife.
This will shortly move to its fourth venue, where Kristin Feireiss will continue to charm nearly everyone that matters to pitch in, find support, be civil to disbelievers, expose raw student work, embarrassing sketches, new dreams and pose for photographs, delighting in having created both an intercontinental crossroads and endless salon.
For any disbelievers of the power of Elton, and anyone who thinks he's not worth his money, you're completely wrong.
But Stanford's players weren't the only disbelievers.