from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To leave behind, abandon.
- v. To be left; to remain.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- v. To leave or to be left.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To leave behind; abandon; let go.
- To remain; continue; stay.
I really dont beleave it would make a hill of beans who is president when dealing with the middle east these people are hell bent on self destruction and no words or deeds from any one man or nation can change there course. cjr
I beleave the people of this country have lost faith in the federal government to take illegal's by the horns in a replay of Arizona is going take suit with all states. marc
I beleave she would do anything to keep from this coming public.
If you beleave our Great Country was built on hard work and good Christian values you are an idiot who never picked up a History book.
Paul the Sax Guy I refused to re-enlist 6 months ago after I realized that I could no longer beleave that I served the American people and the Constitution.
Sounds like the typical republican spin. .talk out both sides of their ass. can't beleave any one that stands for the party of destort and lie
August 14th, 2009 7: 26 pm ET the repubs are repubing same old story, everytime the health care comes up. the repubs and their friends the insurance companys money goes and trys to spread lies to turn the people againist it. i can't beleave there are that many people left that beleaves them. the repubs had 8 years of scare the people, are all of you that dam dumb. thank you.
You might not be with us on earth but I know that you are telling the FATHER to continue to look out for what you beleave in.
I don't beleave in harvesting organs – get a kidney on someone else's dime.
I can't beleave that my friend did not shoot him on the spot.