Definition of disbelieving in English:

disbelieving

adjective

  • Feeling or expressing disbelief.

    ‘the disbelieving look in her eyes’
    • ‘All the same, it was good to see Kev finally faced with disbelieving opposition.’
    • ‘Somehow he must convince a disbelieving world that the nightmare has already begun.’
    • ‘I have the manic, disbelieving smile of a winning game-show contestant.’
    • ‘Elizabeth interjected, giving her mother a disbelieving stare.’
    • ‘Bert was stunned as the surreal scene continued to unfold in front of his bleary, disbelieving eyes.’
    • ‘A late night call conveyed the good news to a disbelieving Carmel who proved a very popular winner.’
    • ‘An hour later a delirious and disbelieving Beryl rang again.’
    • ‘Indeed, if he dismisses it with a disbelieving laugh, we expect to see the bad luck drop on him out of the blue.’
    • ‘I could tell from their disbelieving faces that they couldn't believe how generous I was.’
    • ‘Brice let out a high, disbelieving laugh.’
    • ‘The next day, he shows the letter to his disbelieving doctor.’
    • ‘They wanted a holiday snap to show disbelieving folks back home what looked almost like the parting of the waters by Moses.’
    • ‘Jennifer offered a brief narrative but received a disbelieving glance.’
    • ‘I played back the message for my disbelieving friends.’
    • ‘Mom and Dad gasped and stared at me with disbelieving eyes.’
    • ‘She stiffened slightly when she heard her father's disbelieving snort.’
    • ‘Only on this occasion, the disbelieving doctor called the police.’
    • ‘The soldier is looking very disbelieving; he is barking again.’
    • ‘The handful of coaches, scouts and parents were stunned into disbelieving silence before breaking into thunderous applause.’
    • ‘Janet's expression softened as she regarded her disbelieving companion.’

Pronunciation

disbelieving

/ˌdɪsbɪˈliːvɪŋ/