Definition of non-believing in English:

non-believing

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adjective

Having no belief in something, especially religion: the secular, non-believing world
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  • A Christian husband or wife could spend years tossed between pleasing God and pleasing a non-believing spouse in order to keep the peace.
  • Non-believing at first, Seth and everyone else in their town were astounded when the father had regained his strength and begins to party and go back to his old drinking ways.
  • As a largely non-believing family we celebrate the solstice.

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