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unbelieving

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adjective un·be·liev·ing \-ˈlē-viŋ\

Simple Definition of unbelieving

  • : feeling or showing that you do not believe something

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of unbelieving

  1. :  marked by unbelief :  incredulous, skeptical

unbelievingly

play \-viŋ-lē\ adverb

Examples of unbelieving in a sentence

  1. She had an unbelieving look on her face.

  2. <unbelieving scientists who demand that all phenomena be subjected to rigorous scientific scrutiny>



14th Century

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14th century


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