disbelieving


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Synonyms for disbelieving

Synonyms for disbelieving

refusing or reluctant to believe

Synonyms for disbelieving

denying or questioning the tenets of especially a religion

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Guerrero set a club record with nine RBI, hit two home runs - including a go-ahead, three-run shot in the sixth inning - and made future Hall of Famer Pedro Martinez seem very mortal in spearheading a wild 10-7 victory in front of a disbelieving crowd of 43,205.
SCOTT CARSON has thanked Leeds boss Peter Reid for providing him with the platform to take a disbelieving step into the world of international football.
This time umpire Roy Palmer's decision went against the batsman and a disbelieving James was out for 109.
A DISBELIEVING Ian McCall last night claimed Bobby Williamson has the Indian sign over his Dundee United team.
A disembodied voice answered the call and, to our disbelieving ears, explained: "The train was late so it ran empty into Central station and the boards only show trains with passengers on them
Connie undergoes her own set of comic indignities, from being felt up by disbelieving drag queens to enough head-on collisions with Duchovny's Jeff to compile a blooper reel.
The Argentinian sweeper, making only his second appearance of the season following injury, slid Steve Finnan's 71st-minute centre past disbelieving keeper Mart Poom.
Troy Glaus' massive two-run home run in the eighth inning put the Angels ahead to stay, and Nixon's mental gaffe only made the afternoon easier as the Angels persevered for a 6-2 victory in front of 33,327 disbelieving patrons at Fenway Park.
I CAN'T help feeling sympathy for the disbelieving Aberdeen fans who choked on their cornflakes the other morning after reading that two of the men who are responsible for reducing the Dons to such a to a laughing stock in Scotland have landed plum jobs in England.
In an acrobatic move an NHL goaltender would've admired, Washburn hit the deck, somehow snared the ball and then dusted himself off, a disbelieving smile creasing his face.
Disbelieving officials accused them of plotting an insurance scam.
Disbelieving pub waitress Karen Braddon slammed the phone down on her husband when he rang to say they'd won pounds 1.
We're national champs,'' said a disbelieving Duany, who until three weeks ago was one of only two Orangemen who had played in a NCAA Tournament victory.
The pair came to blows in front of disbelieving Grimsby team-mates after a furious bust-up - over a sandwich.
But sometimes, confronted with the awesome power of nature, we can't help stopping, staring, disbelieving - whether it's a tornado, an earthquake or an eruption of Mount St.