Believed [verb]

Definition of Believed:

trust, rely on

Opposite/Antonyms of Believed:

Sentence/Example of Believed:

Because insects are small and readily available and can easily be kept in the classroom or at home, as insect researchers we believe they are ideal for teaching children about nature, which can in turn get them excited about science.

Bluepoint Games has created what I believe is the ideal PlayStation 5 launch game.

I believe this wine would be a fine partner to a holiday meal, but if it is overshadowed by others, don’t fret.

When doctors opened his chest, Hayes said they couldn’t believe he walked into the hospital.

He believed he could learn positivity the same way he did a playbook.

Of course, the Timberwolves could always draft Ball if they believe he’s the best available player and hope for the best.

Brooks, having toiled as a backup point guard in the NBA for a decade, places a high value on effort and toughness and believes the 19-year-old’s high-level basketball experience has given him both.

He could have flown in from Central Park, but I don’t believe that’s true.

While there may not be a surefire star — though many believe Ball has the most potential to become a franchise face — teams feel there are good opportunities to find capable role players who could have staying power in the league.

Alex Smith checked the numbers just before halftime Sunday and couldn’t believe what he saw.