Faith and Suspicion


Faith noun - Firm belief in the integrity, ability, effectiveness, or genuineness of someone or something.
Usage example: never having had much faith in banks, the old miser kept his money under the mattress

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


Suspicion noun - A feeling or attitude that one does not know the truth, truthfulness, or trustworthiness of someone or something.
Usage example: all his promises were received with well-deserved suspicion

Faith is an antonym for suspicion in doubt topic.

Nearby Words: suspicious, suspiciously

How words are described

high high faith high suspicion
deep deep faith deep suspicion
strong strong faith strong suspicion
real real faith real suspicion
Other adjectives: great, little, false, continued.

Both words in one sentence

  • Updated Re-release However, they give a characterisation to Zack, and make Tifa's decision to trust Cloud more complicated, showing her struggling with her suspicion of him rather than just having blind faith in him.
  • Fritz Emmenberger in Suspicion by Swiss author Friedrich Dürrenmatt believes his morality to be superior and is disgusted with the lack of faith in anything he sees in his fellow human beings.
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