Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who disbelieves; one who refuses belief; one who denies the truth of some proposition or statement; an unbeliever.
- n. Synonyms Unbeliever, Skeptic, etc. See infidel
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who disbelieves, or refuses belief; an unbeliever. Specifically, one who does not believe the Christian religion.
- n. someone who refuses to believe (as in a divinity)
- dis- + believer (Wiktionary)
“He is a disbeliever, which is just as bad as being a believer.”
“It must be noted that he had had fairly extensive experience of spiritualism; he had made regular experiments with Mrs. Haydon at his brother George's house (the paper on which these are recorded is undated, but it must have been before 1863); he was referred to as a disbeliever in an article in the "Pall Mall Gazette" during January”
“Instead, the man seeking to rescue the children and his fellow citizens from inhumane conditions has been called a disbeliever on national TV.”
“In a televised session, extremist members of Parliament labeled Mr. Hasid a "disbeliever".”
“Everybody right now is a disbeliever in the market, and that will set the context for the next year, but it may not be all that bad, said Vikas Khemani , head of institutional equities at Edelweiss Securities.”
“After 20 years on Wall Street, even before the meltdown, he became a disbeliever.”
“I felt a pull of emotion, if God was going to show himself to a disbeliever like me, he knew exactly how to do so.”
“We have yet to determine if anyone in the Conservative fold is a flat-earther or a disbeliever in the germ theory of disease, but at this point who would be surprised?”
“He died on Christmas Day, 1946 — ironically appropriate for a disbeliever who once confessed to be studying the Bible “for loopholes.””
“It doesn't take a black projects deep waters sonar technician to figure out that when one encounters a cynic, they're encountering a disbeliever.”
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