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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It went on: "If you are not able to find an IED (improvised explosive device) or a bullet then single out the disbelieving American, Frenchman or any of their allies."
(204) Would a jury not be entitled to disbelieve the use of force while also disbelieving the use or threatened use of what appeared to be a weapon?
" I differ with the perception that people have started disbelieving in democracy.
Are we still living in the Victorian age, disbelieving that women younger than age 25 are sexually active?
At 1-1 when Barr appeared to be brought down by Austin McCann the whistler booked the disbelieving East Fife star.
he could stand her there, across the disbelieving room, he'd ask,
"Infidelity does not consist in believing, or in disbelieving; it consists in professing to believe what he does not believe."
Perdy then tells a disbelieving Katie that Gray is gay.
But the disbelieving officers arrested them and yesterday Prestatyn magistrates said police could keep the money pending further enquiries.
Disbelieving his computer, he redid the math by hand and confirmed the result.
The first person story takes a twist when the wind visits not only the disbelieving teacher, but a host of others affected by the swooping whoosh!
"At first, we were disbelieving," says project lead Chris Deeney.
When I explain to them that they rob themselves of the satisfaction one feels after doing a good day's work, they are disbelieving because they never heard that from their parents, peers or mentors.
public is quite concerned about waste disposal, disbelieving government assertions that there is a technique that is safe for over 20,000 years.
I have the manic, disbelieving smile of a winning game-show contestant.