Believably Believed

Believe

Meanings and phrases

believe

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
v.
  1. accept as true; take to be true
  2. judge or regard; look upon; judge; think; consider; conceive
  3. be confident about something; trust
  4. follow a credo; have a faith; be a believer
  5. credit with veracity

believe in

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
v.
  1. have a firm conviction as to the goodness of something

make believe

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
v.
  1. represent fictitiously, as in a play, or pretend to be or act like; make; pretend

not believe

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The bishop however, does not believe Diego's story.
  • I was overjoyed, in fact, I could not believe it.
  • She does not believe in the term "third gender".

did not believe

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E.g.
  • Meyer did not believe in Christianity's concept of love.
  • Peter I did not believe the letter and beheaded them both.
  • Authorities did not believe her when she reported the incident.

does not believe

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E.g.
  • The bishop however, does not believe Diego's story.
  • She does not believe in the term "third gender".
  • Pimp Lucius does not believe them and sends them back to the car.

scholars believe

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E.g.
  • Some scholars believe the two women were a lesbian couple.
  • Several scholars believe the passage is a non-Pauline interpolation.
  • However, modern scholars believe the location to be in or near Isfahan.

people believe

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E.g.
  • Many people believe Vanraaj to be an evil spirit.
  • It does matter that people believe they are.
  • Many people believe that Adam was first positioned here at Lahoot La Makan.

historians believe

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E.g.
  • Some historians believe that the artist may actually be a workshop group.
  • Based on this, several historians believe that the two rulers are identical.
  • Some historians believe that Parnell, and Timothy Healy, shared that viewpoint.

reason to believe

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E.g.
  • There’s every reason to believe that this series can get better."
  • There is good reason to believe in the authenticity of McCutcheon’s account.
  • It gave Kiffin reason to believe Tennessee (1–2, 0–1) is on the right track.

came to believe

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E.g.
  • Later, she said, her parents came to believe that L.D.
  • Rahman came to believe he may be infertile.
  • Encouraged by the nobles, he came to believe he was the true heir to the throne.

led to believe

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E.g.
  • But he is not where Australians have been led to believe that he now lies."
  • Pendergast is soon led to believe that the murderer must be a member of the community.
  • Due to a series of events, her parents are led to believe that she drowned in the sea .

refuses to believe

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E.g.
  • However, Lorelei refuses to believe Jane about the murderer.
  • Mickey refuses to believe that Peter is his son and mocks him.
  • When Sienna goes into labour for real, Warren refuses to believe her.

others believe

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E.g.
  • Nonetheless others believe his actions are not sufficient in some cases.
  • Some believe that the month is 29 days and others believe that the month is 30 days.
  • Still others believe that the term black is inaccurate because African Americans have a variety of skin tones.

many believe

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E.g.
  • Though not many believe this, it is true.
  • The story centers around the team's young striker, Shakes, whom many believe is the best striker in the world.
  • For example, many believe that blood is not replenished, and are therefore reluctant to have their blood drawn.

researchers believe

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E.g.
  • The original researchers believe that and are allophones.
  • Some researchers believe that the law has been ineffectual.
  • Some researchers believe these measures extended to urban areas inside Ukrainian SSR.

hard to believe

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E.g.
  • It's hard to believe he isn't offside on every play.
  • It was hard to believe no one got in.
  • Northerners at the time found it hard to believe that such a great orator had once been a slave.

refused to believe

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E.g.
  • He also, apparently, refused to believe stories of their wild behaviour.
  • Later Harrison refused to believe the suicide narrative and thought Howard Rushmore was murdered.
  • I refused to believe that it was final, that our British allies had become our enemies overnight.

because they believe

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E.g.
  • Complaints come from prisoners because they believe that their privacy is breached by guards of the opposite sex.
  • SPEAK combines campaigning and prayer because they believe that they make a powerful combination to bring social transformation.
  • Gaudiya Vaishnavas generally also abstain from caffeine, because they believe it clouds the mind and over-stimulates the senses.

come to believe

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E.g.
  • I have come to believe that this is impossible.
  • Eventually the other girls come to believe that Donna is a police informer.
  • Wilmot had come to believe that the realm would never be at peace while Charles was King.

what they believe

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E.g.
  • Based on this, Christadelphians teach what they believe as true Bible teaching.
  • The use of rigid rules assists them with defining what they believe in and how they behave.
  • They promote a Spain formed by a single political nation, alluding to what they believe was the old Spanish Empire.

still believe

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E.g.
  • People in some areas still believe those with epilepsy to be cursed.
  • Even here, on trial, I still believe I'll make it someday to Israel.
  • Only people in Switzerland still believe that they have to be true word for word."

t believe

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E.g.
  • I just couldn’t believe what I was witnessing."
  • I always thought I had a chance, but I honestly can’t believe it.
  • When I got the part I couldn’t believe it, I was thrilled to bits.

t believe

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • I just couldn’t believe what I was witnessing."
  • I always thought I had a chance, but I honestly can’t believe it.
  • When I got the part I couldn’t believe it, I was thrilled to bits.

experts believe

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E.g.
  • Furthermore, some experts believe that data protection concerns can be better taken into account.
  • Most experts believe that a prolonged fast can lead to muscle wasting, although some dispute this.
  • Legal experts believe that the bylaw is unconstitutional and a Supreme Court case will be imminent.

now believe

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • They now believe Sophia is seeing ghosts, and they need help from a medium.
  • Due to Gruven's bragging on his return, they now believe the Taggerung is dead and seek to confirm this rumour.
  • Some historians now believe that there are no existing original products of the Wiener Werkstätte Furniture division.

believe what

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E.g.
  • I just couldn’t believe what I was witnessing."
  • I can hardly believe what I just saw."
  • Rosie, who cannot believe what her own daughters did to her, is next sued in court.

comes to believe

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Sethe comes to believe that Beloved is the two-year-old daughter she had killed.
  • Cercas comes to believe that Miralles was the soldier who saved Mazas from execution.
  • They return to the Habitat, and Harry comes to believe that everyone on this team is fated to die.

believe that all

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E.g.
  • This led many to believe that all Chinese go players were no match to the Japanese go players.
  • They worship a god called the Great Shepherd and believe that all of humanity is part of a single flock.
  • Lamarck proposed the transmutation of species ("transformisme"), but did not believe that all living things shared a common ancestor.

critics believe

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E.g.
  • Several critics believe that Searle's argument relies entirely on intuitions.
  • Some media critics believe it undermines the purpose of international sport for the purpose of medals.
  • Some critics believe that the election of judges has contributed to an exceedingly high rate of executions.

scientists believe

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E.g.
  • According to polls, most computer scientists believe that P ≠ NP.
  • Some scientists believe that it may be a variation of prurigo nodularis.
  • Some scientists believe that bears may even be able to detect ultrasonic sounds as well.

really believe

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E.g.
  • I really believe I could die of a broken heart".
  • I really believe in traffic regulations."
  • [...] We really believe in HTML, and this is where we want to focus."

many to believe

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E.g.
  • 141 in 1997, prompting many to believe that his career was over.
  • This led many to believe that all Chinese go players were no match to the Japanese go players.
  • This form of authority have led many to believe there is an inefficiency within education governance.

people to believe

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The Emperor knew what he wanted people to believe.
  • As a result, this evidence has led a number of people to believe that the treasure really does exist.
  • But while on the way, Roshan does not respond to the treatment leaving people to believe that he died.
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