misbelief


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mis·be·lief

 (mĭs′bĭ-lēf′)
n.
1. A wrong or faulty belief.
2. A heretical or unorthodox religious belief.

misbelief

(ˌmɪsbɪˈliːf)
n
a false or unorthodox belief

mis•be•lief

(ˌmɪs bɪˈlif)

n.
erroneous belief; false opinion.
[1200–1250]

Misbelief

 of painters; painters collectivelyBk. of St. Albans, 1486.
Translations

misbelief

nirrige Annahme; (Rel) → Irrglaube m
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But let's not make the mistake of doing it because of the misbelief that skin color or racial background is either a deterrent or a boost to the hard work of teaching or learning.
As we shall see between Oedipus and Jocasta, the deficiencies of Abram's faith are compounded in his spouse's misbelief.
27) While the mother's demise seems "Death's natural hest," "To know she too is Death's seems misbelief .
The common misbelief that older adults do not engage in sexual activities adds to the stigma and means people do not seek help early enough.
Within a half hour I was rereading a forensically precise dissection of the specious but widely indulged misbelief that any connection might be made between the Continental master's work and Rick's.
See for example Roy Gottfried's and Sebastian Knowles's Joyce's Misbelief (2008), Mary Lowe Evans's Catholic Nostalgia in Joyce and Company (2008), and R.
The inconvenience of OC-related bleeding and the misbelief that bleeding is an indication of poor efficacy are frequent causes of OC discontinuation, said Dr Gittler.
2) The subjectivist thesis: A negative judgment is not simply equivalent, but is reducible, either to a judgment that some other judgment is false or to a misbelief.
Is a commonly held misbelief that flu vaccination causes illness in asthmatics", says Professor Papadopoulos.