disbelieve

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Synonyms for disbelieve

doubt

Synonyms

Synonyms for disbelieve

to give no credence to

Synonyms

Synonyms for disbelieve

reject as false

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Rings by the dozen, diamonds by the score; bracelets, pendants, aigrettes, necklaces, pearls, rubies, amethysts, sapphires; and diamonds always, diamonds in everything, flashing bayonets of light, dazzling me--blinding me--making me disbelieve because I could no longer forget.
His distress was by no means alleviated by an inclination to disbelieve the reality of this experience.
There are stories of her which I would fain disbelieve -- stories that she is sealed to some Gentile.
I am telling you the truth, and you have no right to disbelieve me; I have kept my word to you, and you have never detected me in a falsehood.
Thomas Jefferson, who wrote the Declaration of Independence said, ``To compel a man to furnish contributions of money for the propagation of opinions in which he disbelieves is both sinful and tyrannical.
But when his young master takes him to the school show and tell, the entire class disbelieves.
But if Catholic priests are slaughtered--he disbelieves it (and I daresay really thinks they asked for it).
The carefully worded document clearly points out that it is "sinful and tyrannical" to compel a person to contribute money in the form of taxes to support the propagation of opinions in religion which he disbelieves.
But he argued he disbelieves such conduct constitutes sexual harassment, the officials said.
Thomas Jefferson wrote, ``To compel a man to furnish contributions of money for the propagation of opinions which he disbelieves and abhors is sinful and tyrannical.