disbelief (Meaning)

Wordnet

disbelief (n)

doubt about the truth of something

a rejection of belief

Webster

disbelief (n.)

The act of disbelieving;; a state of the mind in which one is fully persuaded that an opinion, assertion, or doctrine is not true; refusal of assent, credit, or credence; denial of belief.

disbelief Sentence Examples

  1. I stared in disbelief as the towering skyscraper crumbled into dust.
  2. The news of her betrayal filled me with a profound sense of disbelief.
  3. She uttered words that left him in a state of utter disbelief.
  4. His story was met with disbelief by the skeptical crowd.
  5. The evidence presented in court was so compelling that it shattered all disbelief.
  6. As I witnessed the impossible, a surge of disbelief washed over me.
  7. I struggled to reconcile my childhood memories with the adult version of my father, filled with disbelief.
  8. The doctor's diagnosis left the patient in a state of disbelief and denial.
  9. The sudden disappearance of the beloved family pet left everyone in the household stunned with disbelief.
  10. Despite the overwhelming evidence, he maintained an air of disbelief, refusing to accept the truth.

FAQs About the word disbelief

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unbelief, doubt, suspicion,skepticism, incredulity, nonbelief,uncertainty, distrust,mistrust, denial

faith, credit, belief, credit, faith,belief, trust,acceptance, conviction, credence

I stared in disbelief as the towering skyscraper crumbled into dust.

The news of her betrayal filled me with a profound sense of disbelief.

She uttered words that left him in a state of utter disbelief.

His story was met with disbelief by the skeptical crowd.