Examples of unbeliever in a Sentence
a hardheaded unbeliever who demanded to see concrete evidence of any alleged UFO activity
Recent Examples of unbeliever from the Web
For the casual, uninitiated baseball fan who tunes in every once in a while, this season’s home-run calls must sound as baffling as a Pentecostal sermon to an unbeliever.
But their willingness to ally themselves with any enemy of their enemy has left them in the strange position of cheerleading regimes that jail homosexuals, murder dissidents, stone unbelievers, and drop barrel bombs on civilians in Aleppo.
Unwilling to caricature belief, Crane strives to offer an accurate picture to his fellow unbelievers, distilling the religious worldview into a combination of a sense of the transcendent and an identification with a community.
Meanwhile, at school, the clerisy is enlisting children in a campaign to expose heretics and unbelievers.
Now, GQ’s Caity Weaver asks the master to harness those powers of persuasion to sell the medium to unbelievers.
In Sadr City, the crowded outdoor markets are a frequent target of bombings claimed by ISIS, which like Al Qaeda, views Shiites as unbelievers.
Death Unless, that is, the mujihadeen decide to leave their hideouts in northern Iran to go kill off the pagan unbeliever relief workers in Bam.
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UNBELIEVER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unbeliever for English Language Learners
: a person who does not believe something; especially : a person who does not believe in a particular religious faith
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