Examples of disbelief in a Sentence
She stared at him in utter disbelief.
their story explaining their absence was met with frank disbelief
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When Koo’s kick drifted right, Dolphins players celebrated and a few L.A. players trudged off in apparent disbelief.
The plot requires suspension of disbelief, especially in its critical scenes of abduction and murder.
If the victim is a guy, people will scoff in disbelief.
Nonetheless, a few former female lawmakers contacted by The AP expressed surprise and even disbelief at the notion that lawmakers themselves could be victims of harassment.
Those lawmakers initially expressed disbelief when presented with IndyStar's findings.
And this Love Boat–loving dude tells you that there’s just something soothing about that kind of tenacity, that level of stick-to-it-ive escapism, that amazing ability to suspend your disbelief indefinitely.
For an actual séance, many of us might need a little openness or suspended disbelief – but few such mental calisthenics will be required to enjoy the comic misfortunes in Noel Coward’s Blithe Spirit.
Kelly asked for things from the viewer: patience (in the show's first moments, very literally), indulgence, and willingness to suspend disbelief.
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