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unbelief

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Pronunciation: /ʌnbɪˈliːf
 
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Definition of unbelief in English:

noun

[mass noun]
Lack of religious belief; an absence of faith: the darkness of unbelief the distinction between doubt and unbelief is valid and useful
More example sentences
  • His presence or absence is in belief or unbelief, and each of the two, once acquired, will necessarily be affirmed by all observations.
  • Not only did Thomas go from unbelief to belief; he went from isolation to community.
  • Belief and unbelief, so important to the intellectual posturing of modern existence, are innocuous, vacuous terms.
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