Unbelieved

Un`be`lieved´


a.1.Not believed; disbelieved.
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If Worboys' victims were at the heart of any process then they wouldn't have gone unbelieved the first time he was arrested then let go by cops back in 2007.
bees and I unbelieved Every word she said, because she was older Wiser,
Threats unseen are threats unbelieved," says one terrorist in Hacking a Terror Network: The Silent Threat of Covert Channels, a new book by Russ Rogers.
Difficult to recall an emotion that is dead, Particularly so among these unbelieved fanfares And admonitions from a camouflaged sky: