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belief

  

      n  
1    a principle, proposition, idea, etc., accepted as true  
2    opinion; conviction  
3    religious faith  
4    trust or confidence, as in a person or a person's abilities, probity, etc  
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belief

  
1    admission, assent, assurance, confidence, conviction, credit, feeling, impression, judgment, notion, opinion, persuasion, presumption, reliance, theory, trust, view  
2    credence, credo, creed, doctrine, dogma, faith, ideology, principles, tenet  
  
Antonyms     
   disbelief, distrust, doubt, dubiety, incredulity, mistrust, scepticism  

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belie, belier, belike, Belize

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n.
stereotypical belief that disconsiders in terms of intellectual and physical qualities women who stay home to look after their children
id.
expression referring to the belief that those who hold the power are entitled to anything
n.
Online journal where the writer presents a record of activities, thoughts, or beliefs
Ex: In 2004, blogs were becoming highly popular and began to influence mainstream media. Also: weblog. Ex: He sent her an e-mail after googling her name and finding her weblog.
n.
a set of ideas, rules, or beliefs from which something is developed, or on which decisions are based
The educational framework of ISB is much different from the framework (curriculum) where I used to go to school. I do like it though.
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