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unbelief (n.)

mid-12c., "absence or lack of religious belief; disbelief of the truth of the Gospel," from un- (1) "not" or un- (2) "opposite of" + belief. Old English had ungeleafa in this sense.

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Definitions of unbelief

unbelief (n.)
a rejection of belief;
Synonyms: disbelief
From wordnet.princeton.edu