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non-belief

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Definition of non-belief in English:

noun

[mass noun]
Lack of belief in something, especially religion: they defend freedom of belief and non-belief
More example sentences
  • The current environment encourages a freer expression of nonbelief than has been usual, except briefly, in the last centuries.
  • The problem isn't a matter of belief versus nonbelief.
  • I welcome that the world of nonbelief has such a vigorous champion.

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