Definition of Disbeliefs

1. Noun. (plural of disbelief) ¹



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Definition of Disbeliefs

1. disbelief [n] - See also: disbelief

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Disbeliefs

disbarment
disbarments
disbarrable
disbarred
disbarring
disbars
disbase
disbased
disbases
disbasing
disbecame
disbecome
disbecomes
disbecoming
disbelief
disbeliefs (current term)
disbelievable
disbelievably
disbelieve
disbelieved
disbeliever
disbelievers
disbelieves
disbelieving
disbelievingly
disbench
disbenched
disbenches
disbenching
disbend

Literary usage of Disbeliefs

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1. Ritualism, Romanism and the English Reformation by William Edward Jelf (1876)
"Auricular confession is such a mass of disbeliefs that it would take us too ... There may be those to whom these disbeliefs seem matters of little moment, ..."

2. The Varieties of Religious Experience: A Study in Human Nature by William James (1902)
"If we pass from disbeliefs to positive beliefs, it seems to me that there is not even a formal inconsistency to be laid against our method. ..."

3. The parliamentary oath by Edwin Joseph L.M.P. De Lisle (1883)
"We will now proceed to the second proposition: "Religious beliefs and disbeliefs are no proper cause to justify civil disabilities. ..."

4. The Principles of Logic by Francis Herbert Bradley (1883)
"Is it not possible to study the facts of psychology, without encumbering oneself with beliefs or disbeliefs as to the ultimate nature of the mind and its ..."

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