Definition of non-believer in English:

non-believer

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Pronunciation: /nɒnbɪˈliːvə
 
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noun

A person who does not believe in a particular thing, especially one who has no religious faith.
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  • Many people go through life either being a believer or a non-believer in a religious or spiritual ‘reality’.
  • These tactics resulted in massive declines in church memberships and dramatic increases in atheists and non-believers.
  • It is shared by religious believers and non-believers of very different social backgrounds and in very different countries.
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