Disbelieving [adjective]

Definition of Disbelieving:

suspicious, doubting

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Sentence/Example of Disbelieving:

Soul, Grotius falsly accused of disbelieving its immortality, 326.

Her eyes were still cold, still disbelieving, and he drew himself slowly erect.

My gardener showed it to me and said, "This is what they call a Clematis," evidently disbelieving it.

It was while browsing on such literature that Bronco halted with mouth half-open and disbelieving eyes.

A very innocent confession; plausible also; and Miss Diana saw no reason for disbelieving it.

He wrote on a slip of paper, and gave it to Uncle Faid, who went to the other end with a disbelieving shake of the head.

Every new report veered the vane on this old gossiper's steeple, and he went on believing one day and disbelieving the next.

There are twenty-five reasons for disbelieving their story, but I have not sufficient time to impart them to you now.

Slowly, disbelieving the sudden change, the astonished young cadet gingerly sank onto the front edge of a chair.

Disbelieving, the brothers stood rigid and shook their now pale faces in denial.