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Correct spelling for BELIVETH
We think the word beliveth is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for beliveth
- Believe(Definition of believe)
- Believer(Definition of believer)
- Believing(Definition of believing)
- Blithe(Definition of blithe)
- Belief(Definition of belief)
- Beloved(Definition of beloved)
You will believe that?"
It is true of the minister, the missionary, and every believer who works for jesus.
And she, finding her strength, leaned to him in the darkness, feeling for him, still hardly believing that it was not a dream.
She goes about from morning until night, so brisk and blithe.
He had strong beliefs himself; one of the strongest of which was, that nobody could be taught anything except by his own experience; so he never, or very rarely, exercised his own personal influence, but just quietly went on his own way, and let other men go theirs.
I die strong in the belief.
On holy thursday he washed the feet of his disciples, blessed the bread and wine, and distributed it to the assembled believers.
Couldn't have believed what, brother?
"to emain macha we must go, my beloved," he said.
My mother has not been to the school, and she believes some day my father will return.