To believe in

Definition of To believe in

To believe that the subject of the thought (if a person or thing) exists, or (if an event) that it has occurred, or will occur; - as, to believe in the resurrection of the dead.
To believe that the character, abilities, and purposes of a person are worthy of entire confidence; - especially that his promises are wholly trustworthy.
- J. H. Newman.
To believe that the qualities or effects of an action or state are beneficial: as, to believe in sea bathing, or in abstinence from alcoholic beverages.
- John xiv. 1.

See also: Believe Believe Believe

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To beat about
To beat about the bush
To beat down
To beat into
To beat off
To beat out
To beat out of
To beat the dust
To beat the hoof
To beat the rap
To beat the record
To beat the wing
To beat time
To beat to a mummy
To beat up
To beat up and down
To beat up for recruits
To become of
To beg (one) for a fool
To beg the question
-To believe in-
To believe on
To bell the cat
To bend the brow
To bid beads
To bid defiance
To bid defiance to
To bid fair
To bid welcome
To bide tryst
To bill and coo
To bind over
To bind to
To bind up in
To bite in
To bite the dust
To bite the ground
To bite the thumb at
To bite the tongue
To blame
To blaze away
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