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unbelief

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noun un·be·lief \ˌən-bə-ˈlēf\

Simple Definition of unbelief

  • : lack of religious belief

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of unbelief

  1. :  incredulity or skepticism especially in matters of religious faith

Examples of unbelief in a sentence

  1. living in an age of unbelief

  2. <a natural-born skeptic, she typically greets the latest conspiracy theory with head-shaking unbelief>



12th Century

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12th century


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