Simple Definition of disbelieve
: to not believe (someone or something)
Full Definition of disbelieve
: to hold not worthy of belief : not believe
: to withhold or reject belief
Examples of disbelieve in a sentence
Several jurors disbelieved the witness's testimony.
<many disbelieved the medium's claims that she could communicate with the spirits of the dead>
First Known Use of disbelieve
DISBELIEVE Defined for Kids
Definition of disbelieve for Students
: to think not to be true or real <The jury disbelieved the story.>
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