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believer

[ bih-leev-er ]
/ bɪˈliv ər /
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noun
someone who has confidence in the truth, existence, or reliability of something:I am a firm believer that evolution happened the way that evolutionary biologists describe.The team’s offensive coordinator is a big believer in the run game versus the passing game.
someone who has or professes faith in something, especially a religion:The church has grown from a handful of believers, meeting in the pastor’s living room, to a congregation now in excess of 1,000.
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OTHER WORDS FROM believer

pre-be·liev·er, noun
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