11 adverbs to describe how to « believe » | Collocation dictionary
Ellison believedfirmly in the artist's detachment from politics and political engagement, in the primacy of aesthetics over the political and sociological dimensions of literature.
Kaletsky wrote, "Nobody seems to believeany longer that markets work best if businesses are simply left to their own devices or that capitalism can avoid booms and busts without active government intervention.
But we in the magazine industry believedeeply--if we believe anything at all--that a trend is a trend and cannot be resisted.
Dramatic changes have occurred in China in the last 30 years, and I believeequally dramatic changes lie ahead.
River Falls psychologist Karen Burgoyne and her insurance company has been sued for compensatory damages for allegedly encouraged 3 young women to believefalsely that they were victims of "unremembered" sexual abuse.
But for the millions of Americans who considered themselves survivors of dysfunction and abuse and believedfervently in the healing power of the couch or their support groups, Clinton's implied awareness of his "feeling reality" was much more appealing than any display of machismo.
Bettelheim believedgrandiosely in being a guide, but he had fundamentally humble guidance to offer: that in the end, as in the beginning (one of his favorite phrases), one can hope to grow only by endeavoring to be one's own guide.
From an early age, Rehnquist believedpassionately in states' rights.
Or perhaps, I believedsomehow I could change it and make it all better if I tried hard enough.
We at Hospice New Zealand believeadamantly that the focus must shift to ensuring that individuals who suffer from terminal illness have the "right" to receive the best medical care possible - in most cases, hospice palliative care.
The amendment of s.10 of the Dog Control Act is an unnecessary change to the legislation that we believesubstantially unbalances and misperceives the nature of the Act.