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accredit to believe; credit. [1/4 definitions]
Adventist an adherent of any of several Christian denominations that believe in the imminent second coming of Jesus Christ.
bluff2 in poker, to lead (the other players) to believe that one's hand is stronger than it really is by betting heavily on it or that one's hand is weaker than it really is by betting very little on it. [1/6 definitions]
buy (informal) to accept as valid; believe. [1/7 definitions]
convince to cause to accept or believe; persuade (often fol. by "of").
convincing able to make one believe in the validity or truth of what is being presented.
credibility the quality of being believable, or the power to cause others to believe. [2 definitions]
credulity an inclination to believe or trust, esp. without sufficient basis or evidence; gullibility.
credulous disposed to believe, esp. on scanty evidence; gullible. [1/2 definitions]
cult a religion that most members of a society believe to be false, faddish, or unworthy of respect. [1/4 definitions]
deceive to lead (a person) to believe something that is untrue; mislead; trick; defraud. [1/2 definitions]
deception the act of causing someone to believe an untruth, or the state of being so deceived. [1/2 definitions]
devil's advocate someone who may not believe in but defends an opposing, weak, or unpopular cause to stimulate argument. [1/2 definitions]
disbelief a lack of belief; refusal or unwillingness to believe.
disbelieve to refuse to believe in; withhold belief from. [1/2 definitions]
discredit to refuse to believe. [1/6 definitions]
doubt to be uncertain about or believe unlikely. [1/6 definitions]
expect to hope for or look forward to with some reason to believe in fulfillment. [2/6 definitions]
feel to believe, or hold as a strong opinion. [1/15 definitions]
figure (informal) to believe or conclude after consideration. [1/16 definitions]
give to provide cause for (someone) to believe that a certain thing is true. [1/14 definitions]