from The Century Dictionary.
- Not believed, credited, or trusted; also, incredible.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Not believed; disbelieved.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adjective that is not
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I'm preparing a demonstration ... on the effects of "unbelieved" gas.
That was Anna's trotted-out professional unbelieved line.
I can't believe I could possibly have had a hand in making this fantastic little person, and yet, one look at her and it can't be unbelieved, either.
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Talk of unbelieved beliefs (unjudged judgments, unstated statements, unasserted assertions) is either absurd or simply amounts to talk of unbelieved
Today it is extremely difficult to find language adequate to "reality gets dumped," which is still in most respects an unbelievable and unbelieved tale, even though we know a lot about it from columnists like Dan Froomkin, Frank Rich, Hendrick Hertzberg and Huff Post's Eric Boehlert, from sites like Tomdispatch. com and writers like Mark Danner.
The war he urged on us is horribly unsuccessful and unpopular, as is his SCHIP veto for a transparently unbelieved principle, and there's a general uneasiness with his push for a blank check when the Surveil America Act expires in February.
It will describe the new heroic life of man, the now unbelieved possibility of simple living and of clean and noble relations with men.
The unbelieved Cassandra was right after all; the plague came, and the necessity of avoiding the quarantine, to which I should have been subjected if I had sailed from Alexandria, forced me to alter my route.
He does so by a carefully self-cancelling syntax: the phrase "Nor is it unbelieved" establishes a disturbingly unattributed half-belief in ghosts which taints the beautifulas is indicated by the lines "lamenting deeds of which/The flowery ground is conscious."