lose faith in


: to no longer believe that (someone or something) can be trusted
people who have lost faith in their government

Examples of lose faith in in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web There’s evidence that parents and communities lose faith in their public school systems when districts close campuses. Silas Allen, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 10 June 2024 Schumer said Trump's words can incite violence and get people killed, and cause people to lose faith in democracy. Alexander Mallin, ABC News, 22 May 2024 Crisis only hits when investors lose faith in a government or a company’s ability to service its debt and the situation spirals out of control in a destructive feedback loop that sees investors demanding ever higher premiums to offset ever rising risk. Christiaan Hetzner, Fortune, 6 May 2024 As major milestones like having a child, buying a house, and retiring all become more pricey, Gen Z has started to lose faith in their ability to get ahead. Bychloe Berger, Fortune, 2 May 2024 See all Example Sentences for lose faith in 

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“Lose faith in.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/lose%20faith%20in. Accessed 20 Jul. 2024.

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