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unbelief

[ uhn-bi-leef ]
/ ˌʌn bɪˈlif /
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noun
the state or quality of not believing; incredulity or skepticism, especially in matters of doctrine or religious faith.
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Origin of unbelief

1125–75; Middle English unbelefe;see un-1, belief

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH unbelief

disbelief, misbelief, unbelief
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British Dictionary definitions for unbelief

unbelief
/ (ˌʌnbɪˈliːf) /

noun
disbelief or rejection of belief
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