Not credible; warrants non-belief
The idea that Oswald acted alone is disbelievable in the face of Kennedy's actions which upset the Mob and the Cubans.

If you look at the Henne family's background, its disbelievable that the family wasn't perpetrating some sort of hoax.

Shakesphere had only an elementary-school education. It's disbelievable that he wrote Hamlet.
by blogmandu October 20, 2009
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An individual that will never become a believer no matter how many facts or any amount of evidence that is placed in front of them.
There could be a yeti or bigfoot in a cage right in front of their eyes but a disbeliever would still try to explain it away.
by jpg3 October 30, 2011
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Synonymous to "don't believe". Sounds much cooler, and so should be used more.
Joey: Ugh, I'm never drinking for the rest of my life.
Me: I disbelieve you.
by Stephen H. February 20, 2005
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The title of an album by the Seattle band SAYS.

A song by Kate Bush "Disbelieving Angel" on her album Cathy's Home Demos (1993).

A made up word to emphasize skepticism
SAYS Disbelieving ep 2011 self-release

The crowd was disbelieving the referee's call in the last 2 minutes of the game.
by Whitekarate June 21, 2012
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Used when one wants to end an annoying conversation, where it is obvious the other person is wrong, but either one is unable to convince the person, or the matter is so trivial one can't be bothered to continue. This lets the person know the conversation is over, but they have not won.
A: Lady Gaga actually has a lot of musical talent, underneath all those ridiculous costumes and stage shenanigans.
B: Agree to disbelieve. Now shut up.
by biggs33 February 28, 2011
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Retards who believe Covid-19 isn't real. They normally:
1. Use the term 'sheep' (which roughly translates to "I'm a narcissist who believes anyone opposing my views are morons and I'm right all the time") to describe people who are taking safety precautions and using common sense.
2. Are normally found on news videos discussing the virus on YouTube.
3. Use ellipses and exclamation points frequently.
4. Believe the virus isn't real and that the government wants to control people through fear.
5. Believe the "New World Order" is coming.
6. Self-righteous, egotistical, arrogant and completely delusional.
7. Escaped convicts of Arkham Asylum.
8. Have no sense of humor.
9. Typically middle-aged to elderly (although some young ones are emerging).
10. Go to anti-Covid 19 protests that do fuck all.
11. Believe that lockdown is equal to house arrest.
12. Want to turn everything into a conspiracy involving the government because they don't want to believe anything natural happens.
13. Do five minutes of research and believe their fucking Albert Einsten.
Covid-19 Disbeliever: You're all blind sheep following the government's fear-mongering tactics... Why won't you wake up and see that this "virus" is just a ploy to control us!! So much fake news... And you're all falling for it!!!

Person with common sense: Get a load of this! One of those Covid-19 Disbelievers. What a fucking twat. I truly hope you get the help you need to deluded little cunt.
by BlipityBlopityBloop September 14, 2020
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A sentence commonly shouted by delusional old women who were brought up in a "proper" and "pure" world if they hate a particular woman for being a disbelieving Jew. It is commonly believed that in the 1930s and into the early 1940s, the words 'Gawd I hate that woman, she's a disbelieving Jew!' were commonly uttered as an interjection of surprise...
"So Nana, what is your opinion on Britney Spears and the media attention she is getting in the aftermath of her custody battle?"
"Gawd I hate that woman, she's a disbelieving Jew!"
by Adam, Associate of Ross April 1, 2008
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