Examples of disbelieve in a Sentence
Several jurors disbelieved the witness's testimony.
many disbelieved the medium's claims that she could communicate with the spirits of the dead
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As Christopher Schindler's penalty hit the back of the net in London last May, and Huddersfield fans jumped around in disbelieving jubilation, did any of them dare to think of the odyssey that lay ahead?
John was very active in throwing his body between us and, at that point, a disbelieving Disney.
Van Oorschot, the forensic science researcher whose 1997 paper revolutionized the field, cautions against disbelieving too much in the power of touch DNA to solve crimes.
The scene unfolds before a stunned, disbelieving public: A seemingly idyllic family is gone in a flash of violence.
Women who claimed unwanted advances, or outright assault, were disbelieved or worse.
When superiors are confronted with reports of bad behavior, the complainants, mostly women, are disbelieved, demoted or fired.
When superiors are confronted with reports of bad behavior, the victims, mostly women, are disbelieved, demoted or fired.
The crowd, disbelieving, yelled and stared at Ledecka, encouraging her to emote.
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DISBELIEVE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of disbelieve for English Language Learners
: to not believe (someone or something)
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