verb (used with object), dis·be·lieved, dis·be·liev·ing.
verb (used without object), dis·be·lieved, dis·be·liev·ing.
Words nearby disbelieve
OTHER WORDS FROM disbelievedis·be·liev·er, noundis·be·liev·ing·ly, adverb
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH disbelievedisbelieve misbelieve
Examples from the Web for disbelieve
I was supposed to disbelieve everything the Israelis just told me.
I have looked down on dead Marines this way, trying to disbelieve them back to life.America’s Lost Decade in Iraq: A Marine Officer Looks Back|Benjamin Busch|March 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
You may disbelieve the promise, but I'm afraid you can't simply instruct the voters to agree with you.
There's another reason to disbelieve in a conspiracy: the number comes too late to do any good.
Some" may disbelieve these things, but even among conservatives, it is unlikely to be a very big "some.
As a man, I have the greatest liking and respect for him; but, as a scientist, I am bound to disbelieve in that part.The Devil-Tree of El Dorado|Frank Aubrey
Yes, sir; if you disbelieve my word of honor, I will condescend to show you my invitation.
In course of time, so many believe that it is considered almost outrageous to disbelieve or demand evidence.Supernatural Religion, Vol. III. (of III)|Walter Richard Cassels
It is strange; but I cannot see any reason to disbelieve it, except that my father's character assures me it is not so.Hatchie, the Guardian Slave; or, The Heiress of Bellevue|Warren T. Ashton
The ideal hero of Wycherley or Etherege was the witty young profligate, who had seen life, and learned to disbelieve in virtue.From Chaucer to Tennyson|Henry A. Beers