“Jeffrey wanted me to tell you that you looked so pretty,” the female voice said into my disbelieving ear.
Amid laughter, a disbelieving reporter gasped, “Not really!”
We instantly imagine an elephant with pink skin, before we “engage in disbelieving it.”
A stalwart Democrat, he is disbelieving that so many of his Democratic colleagues voted against him.
Spahn was stunned, disbelieving, but he told them what he knew.
Slowly, disbelieving the sudden change, the astonished young cadet gingerly sank onto the front edge of a chair.
The rather heavy brows were lifted slightly in a disbelieving stare.
So far from disbelieving everything, scepticism went everywhere in search of truth and certainty.
But there was no disbelieving it; the terms were so cold, precise, and business-like.
He was worried about what ought to be believed and the awful deprivations of disbelieving.