noun. ['bɪˈliːf'] any cognitive content held as true.
- superstitious notion
- strong belief
- vox populi
- religious belief
- spiritual world
- public opinion
- spiritual being
- cognitive content
- philosophical system
- article of faith
- school of thought
- mental object
- popular opinion
- supernatural being
- spiritual domain
- doctrine of analogy
Words that Rhyme with Belief
How do you pronounce belief?
Pronounce belief as bɪˈlif.
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How do you spell belief? Is it beleif ?
A common misspelling of belief is beleif
Example sentences of the word belief
1. Noun, singular or mass
This mind set is driven by the underlying belief you don't think you're good for your partner.
Quotes containing the word belief
1. The love of what you do, combined with your belief in what you do, will not determine your success. It will determine how hard you will work and how dedicated you will be to achieving it. Success just shows up from there.
- Jeffrey Gitomer
2. We have always held to the hope, the belief, the conviction that there is a better life, a better world, beyond the horizon.
- Franklin D. Roosevelt
3. I am a bit of a hopeless romantic. I really do have a faith and a belief in love, and when I love, I love hard.
- Melanie Fiona
noun. ['bɪˈliːf'] a vague idea in which some confidence is placed.