American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. Obsolete To hold a false or erroneous belief or opinion, especially in religious matters.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To believe erroneously.
- v. To believe erroneously.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. To believe erroneously, or in a false religion.
- v. hold a false or unorthodox belief
- From mis- + believe (Wiktionary)
“A spiritual life endures even when I doubt, misbelieve, or refuse to believe.”
“Help and Victory for us and shame and defeat for those who misbelieve the faith of Abraham the Friend, on whom be peace! —”
“It is easy to misbelieve that the problem has been sorted, when along comes a paper saying that strontium affects the instrument too, but nobody had suspected it.”
“Ahh, yes…I misbelieve the misinformation being mispoken in order to misconstrue the misbehavior of these mis..erable miscreants.”
“Dear, dear sweetheart, I have been thinking & examining, & searching & analyzing, for many days, & am vexed to find that I more believe in the immortality of the soul than misbelieve in it.53”
“And when ye meet those who misbelieve—then striking off heads until ye have massacred them, and bind fast the bonds!”
“But as for those who misbelieve—confound them! and He will make their works go wrong.”
“Verily, God causes those who believe and do right to enter into gardens beneath which rivers flow; but those who misbelieve enjoy themselves and eat as the cattle eat; but the fire is the resort for them!”
“That is because those who misbelieve follow falsehood, and those who believe follow the truth from their Lord.”
“Those who misbelieve say, ‘Why has not a sûrah been revealed?’ but when a decisive sûrah is revealed and fighting is mentioned therein, thou mayest see those in whose heart is sickness looking towards thee with the look of one fainting in death.”
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