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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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believerbe‧liev‧er /bəˈliːvə $ -ər/ ●○○ noun [countable]  1 be a (great/firm) believer in something2 RRBELIEVEsomeone who believes in a particular god, religion, or system of beliefs opp unbeliever
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believerThe movie is less than a miracle, but it made a believer out of me.The men behind the plan, he said, were respected Agency veterans, deep believers in a free Havana.Conley is a devout believer in specialty niches.Efficient-market believers could strike it rich if they could persuade people to give up.Naturally this had immediate consequences for the destitute fed by the church chest that rich believers funded.She was a strong believer in women's participation in public affairs.
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