Definition of believer in English:

believer

noun

  • 1A person who believes that a specified thing is effective, proper, or desirable.

    ‘a believer in ghosts’
    ‘a firm believer that party politics has no place in local government’
    • ‘As you also know, I am a firm believer that a group desires whatever leadership it gets.’
    • ‘She is also a firm believer that dancing should be fun.’
    • ‘She was a firm believer that weekends were the time to be as lazy as possible.’
    • ‘And while Pat knows she won't raise millions or even thousands of dollars, she's a firm believer that every bit counts.’
    • ‘He was a firm believer that a house had a soul as well as a body.’
    • ‘Of course the objective existence of demons doesn't matter so long as the believer has total faith in them.’
    • ‘I am a firm believer that kids nowadays are too involved in organised activities, meaning activities organised by adults.’
    • ‘Now, I'm a firm believer that we can learn from the mistakes of others.’
    • ‘I'm a firm believer that my job should not be my hobby.’
    • ‘I am a firm believer that you make the most of the moment and take the chance to tell people how you feel because you may not get another chance later on.’
    • ‘I'm a firm believer that one or two individuals don't make a difference.’
    • ‘Besides, I'm a firm believer that children need proper stimulation.’
    • ‘I am a firm believer that there is a place for programs like the one she describes.’
    • ‘I am a firm believer that it isn't wrong to treat a recruit rough.’
    • ‘However, I am a firm believer that the man is the head of the household and it works for us.’
    • ‘I'm a firm believer that people should do what they love for a living.’
    • ‘I am a firm believer in following-up after all my programs.’
    • ‘And I'm a firm believer that if something is meant to happen, it's meant to happen.’
    • ‘Personally, I am a firm believer that each individual has a right to his or her own choice of lifestyle.’
    • ‘I am a firm believer that good things happen when talented people get together and work hard.’
  • 2An adherent of a particular religion; someone with religious faith.

    • ‘Modern believers in various religions will share this view.’
    • ‘At times like this - of real and unexpected suffering - the faith of believers is tested and refined.’
    • ‘There are religious believers who think that God is a physical being, existing in space and time.’
    • ‘As we see even today there are many conflicts among believers of the same faith.’
    • ‘Simultaneously, faith also helps believers deal with present unseen forces that threaten.’
    • ‘This means that no religious officer dictates matters of faith for other believers.’
    • ‘Religion is found not only in the classical texts of our traditions, but in the lived experience of religious believers.’
    • ‘And it is worrisome, in particular, for religious institutions and religious believers.’
    • ‘This argument is applicable to the believers of every religion.’
    • ‘Yes, I know that places are made sacred by the celebrations, prayers, and charity of the believers who worship in them.’
    • ‘The site helps believers reflect on religious faith in thought and in practice.’
    • ‘I suspect that the vast majority of true believers in every major religion have parents and grandparents of the same faith.’
    • ‘Although five defined themselves as Buddhists, most said that they were not religious believers.’
    • ‘But now more candidates than not are serious religious believers and not at all shy about making that known.’
    • ‘It seems that serious religious believers were less likely to become collaborators.’
    • ‘The believer still believes that what God decides is acceptable.’
    • ‘For Christians, and perhaps other religious believers as well, God is a person.’
    • ‘While they are preaching, believers are expected to show respect to other faiths and behave in a manner that would not tarnish the image of their own religion.’
    • ‘Before that, though, I would like to stress that I in no way wish to offend believers of other faiths, and that I would in fact love to receive comments from them.’
    • ‘Eighty-seven percent of respondents said they think believers of other faiths can receive miracles.’
    devotee of, adherent of, disciple of, follower of, supporter of, upholder of, worshipper in
    convert, proselyte, neophyte
    bhakta
    born-again
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Pronunciation:

believer

/bəˈlēvər/