Examples of disbelief in a Sentence
She stared at him in utter disbelief.
their story explaining their absence was met with frank disbelief
Recent Examples of disbelief from the Web
The Trump era has been packed with shocks and unpredictable turns, but the raid by FBI agents Monday on the personal lawyer of the President of the United States left many people in Washington shaking their heads in disbelief.
Newly released video showed Conor McGregor shattering a bus window -- and at least one bloody fighter in disbelief -- amid the shocking brawl in New York City on Thursday that landed the notorious UFC star under arrest.
The Nashville Predators were shaking their heads in disbelief.
Befuddled and in disbelief, Rowlette relayed the findings to her parents, Sally Ashby and Howard Fowler.
The migrants, along with much of Israel, watched in disbelief as Netanyahu went from proudly announcing the UN deal live on national TV to shelving it hours later.
Fans replied directly to Tatum's tweet and expressed their disbelief: Others used a lot of caps: The only possible conclusion to reach here?
The Langford family stood in disbelief, in amazement in the hallway of their modest home.
As players looked on in disbelief, a referee quickly signaled for medical personnel, who unsuccessfully tried to revive Boban on the field.
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First Known Use of disbelief
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Definition of disbelief for English Language Learners
: a feeling that you do not or cannot believe or accept that something is true or real
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