Noun(1) any cognitive content held as true(2) a vague idea in which some confidence is placed
(1) Contrary to popular belief it is not always the thought of more money that is the main motivator.(2) There is a belief that jade improves its appearance through constant contact with the skin.(3) I'm afraid to say belief has gone(4) a belief that solitude nourishes creativity(5) the medieval system of fervent religious belief(6) a belief in democratic politics(7) Contrary to popular belief , the bird's nests are not found in the faces of cliffs but in caves.(8) The belief that any society could isolate itself from these consequences is absurd.(9) Contrary to popular belief , they are actually great as part of a healthy balanced diet.(10) Worst of all, it enhances the belief that we should expect little of the poem and of poets.(11) I suppose it is a belief that even if all is lost in this life, not everything is lost.(12) At a very early age, I have developed a belief that we all are here to contribute something.(13) I think I practically grew up with the belief that I will one day have children of my own.(14) contrary to popular belief existing safety regulations were adequate(15) Darren and Lee were resigned to the belief that their side's lead had been reduced to two points.(16) However he too expressed the belief that both sides could now move towards restoring trust.
(1) beyond belief :: kukholakale
1. opinion ::
2. faith ::
3. ideology ::
1. discredit ::
2. doubt ::
3. unbelief ::
Different Formsbelief, beliefs, disbelief
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