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Spell check of belief

Correct spelling: belief

vox populi, tenet, principle, credence, certainty, legal opinion, concept, feel, teaching, tactile sensation, viewpoint, assumption, issue, whimsy, inference, touch, credit, matter, dogmatism, public opinion, thesis, presumption, religion, supposition, orthodoxy, conception, apprehension, assurance, doctrine, theory, touch sensation, whimsey, intuitive feeling, postulation, reliance, article of faith, avowal, position, judgement, essay, theme, sentiment, problem, idea, premise, verdict, ideology, look, flavour, trust, dependence, depression, assertion, knowledge, query, faith, tradition, tone, mindset, notion, imprint, consideration, conjecture, divination, credo, mind, surmise, fancy, commitment, ideal, theorem, tactual sensation, text, acceptance, conclusion, profession, picture, guess, opinion, understanding, effect, question, certitude, suspicion, dogma, expectation, thought, religiousness, philosophy, theology, exposition, confidence, stamp, spirit, whim, motif, postulate, subject, deduction, judgment, paradigm, persuasion, intuition, axiom, popular opinion, eye, printing, point, precept, view, basis, argument, conformity, gospel, feeling, catechism, thinking, presupposition, hypothesis, flavor, contention, conviction, topic, statement, dissertation, creed, mental picture, smell, impression, hope, ruling, assent, faithfulness.

unbelief, disbelief, distrust, fact, discredit, suspicion, truth, doubt, uncertainty, mistrust, skepticism, nonbelief.

Examples of usage:

1) In this belief, as in most others, I was Eskimo by this time. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

2) If this was so in Peary's belief, why did he not bring them back? - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

3) I share your belief to the full. - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.