There is growing belief that these policies will not succeed.
He gets angry if anyone challenges his religious beliefs.
We challenged his beliefs about religion.
Recent Examples on the WebBiden at the time also reiterated his belief that Democrats would hold onto the chamber.
Alexandra Hutzler, ABC News, 13 Nov. 2022 Lake alleged the ongoing counting of votes was intentionally slow and reiterated her belief that all vote counting should occur on Election Day.The Arizona Republic, 11 Nov. 2022 Does a belief system temper our individual greed or stoke it?
Mark Athitakis, Los Angeles Times, 7 Nov. 2022 Christian nationalism is a religious and political belief system that argues the United States was founded by God to be a Christian nation and to complete God’s vision of the world.
Eric Mcdaniel, Chron, 6 Nov. 2022 According to Bump's hypothesis on conspiracies, individuals who believe in conspiracies often search for evidence that backs up their internal belief system.Fox News, 3 Nov. 2022 Denny’s subjects vary not just by race but also by age, geography, gender identity, belief system and more.
Kate Wheeling, Smithsonian Magazine, 27 Oct. 2022 But that doesn’t seem to bother the former athlete, as Jenner has continually reaffirmed that her identity as a trans woman doesn’t change her Republican-leaning belief system.
Ct Jones, Rolling Stone, 26 Oct. 2022 Behnam reiterated his belief that the two largest cryptocurrencies—Bitcoin and Ether—are commodities.
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Middle English beleave, probably alteration of Old English gelēafa, from ge-, associative prefix + lēafa; akin to Old English lȳfan — more at believe