Disbelief and Faith


Disbelief noun - Refusal to accept something as true.
Usage example: their story explaining their absence was met with frank disbelief

Faith is an antonym for disbelief in topics: scepticism, doubt.

Nearby Words: disbelieving, disbeliever


Faith noun - Belief and trust in and loyalty to God.
Usage example: a people who are known for their strong and steadfast faith

Disbelief is an antonym for faith in topics: confidence, honesty, trust in something, community of believers.

How words are described

human human disbelief human faith
complete complete disbelief complete faith
total total disbelief total faith
true true disbelief true faith
Other adjectives: strong, entire, great, absolute, irrational, personal.

Both words in one sentence

  • Samuel Taylor Coleridge, the poet and author, called drama "that willing suspension of disbelief for the moment, which constitutes poetic faith ..."
  • Rousing Speech In the face of the staff's stunned disbelief, Linguini eloquently tells them that if they have faith in this rat's culinary genius, they will all have a glorious future.
  • Hollywood Atheist Of Fear and Faith: Phenix reveals that he is rather adamant about his disbelief in God when he and North get into a heated discussion about it.
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