There is growing belief that these policies will not succeed.
He gets angry if anyone challenges his religious beliefs.
We challenged his beliefs about religion.
Recent Examples on the WebMusk has frequently expressed his belief that Twitter had become too restrictive.
Natalie Neysa Alund, USA TODAY, 23 Nov. 2022 During the debate, one councilman even expressed his belief that another councilmember was involved in sending the email.cleveland, 22 Nov. 2022 As his batty 2021 essay made clear, Mr. Putin is possessed by a chthonic belief that Ukraine is part of a holy and indivisible union with Russia.
Boris Johnson, WSJ, 14 Nov. 2022 But almost all of the biggest influencers of the carnivore diet are driven by a belief that masculinity has been demonized.
Ct Jones, Rolling Stone, 11 Nov. 2022 The companies flourished amid a surge in pre-vaccine demand for grocery delivery, bolstered by the apparent belief that growth would continue even as the pandemic waned.
Amanda Mull, The Atlantic, 30 Oct. 2022 To be able to play high-level cornerback, that almost has to be your mentality — spurred by a belief that no receiver can beat you.
Theo Mackie, The Arizona Republic, 27 Oct. 2022 By Catholic belief, that is literally true when a priest celebrates Mass. His words transform wine and bread into Jesus’ flesh and blood.
Ron Grossman, Chicago Tribune, 2 Oct. 2022 Biden at the time also reiterated his belief that Democrats would hold onto the chamber.
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Middle English beleave, probably alteration of Old English gelēafa, from ge-, associative prefix + lēafa; akin to Old English lȳfan — more at believe