Believed in a sentence

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David knew that he ran risks, that his confidence invited the occasional madness of a fanatical mind, which makes murder of the infidel a passport to heaven; but as a man he took his chances, and as a Christian he believed he would suffer no mortal hurt till his appointed time.
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When they adjourned it was estimated that every citizen owned about three franchises, and it was believed that unless Congress gave the Territory another degree of longitude there would not be room enough to accommodate the toll-roads.
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I was so excited that I half believed my overwrought imagination was deceiving me.
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I met men at every turn who owned from one thousand to thirty thousand "feet" in undeveloped silver mines, every single foot of which they believed would shortly be worth from fifty to a thousand dollars-and as often as any other way they were men who had not twenty-five dollars in the world.
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His people said that when he was in this condition, the centurion's ghastly demon had entered into him, and he himself believed in this evil spirit, and dreaded it; nay, he had attempted to be released through heathen spells, and even through Christian exorcisms.
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From that time he had regarded her too as his enemy, and firmly believed that she designedly showed herself most friendly to those who seemed most obnoxious to him, and among these he reckoned Polykarp.
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Almost half-dead, her mouth parched and brain on fire, while her thoughts whirled in confusion, she believed that Phoebicius had found her track, and was come to seize her.
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And he could not help preaching, because he had boundless sympathy with the weakness and suffering of his fellow-creatures, and because he believed with all the tremendous force of his character in the Christian religion.
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The emotional life of the men and women enter into our emotions with no let or hindrance, and that perfect condition of communication is realised which Browning believed would characterise the future life, when spirits would somehow converse without the slow, troublesome, and inaccurate means of language.
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Korolenko was greatly impressed by the young vagabond, believed in his powers, and gave timely and valuable help.
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Many of them believed that the trap was sprung by the government party.
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His professional experiences were of immense service to him in analysing the characters of various patients whom he treated, and his scientific training he always believed helped him greatly in the writing of his stories and plays, which are all psychological studies.
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At this time many Russians believed that Chekhov was the legitimate heir to Tolstoi's fame.
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The little fellow just as much believed God would send them food, as if he had asked a reliable neighbor and obtained his promise to supply their wants.
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Many, even good Christians have believed that they should not pray for anything for themselves, but only for those things which were to be used for God's work.
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The envelope contained a ten-dollar bill, which we all believed was the Lord's answer to our father's prayer.
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At the time of her cure, she was much worse than for a long while before, being in great pain continually, until the moment she fully believed, and, _in an instant_, she was restored to perfect soundness.
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Yet my faith in God's guiding hand did not fail me, and I believed that my trust would be realized.
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From the moment I believed, the _work was done_.
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This was no new thing to me; I believed in it, yet found it difficult to exercise faith for myself.
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Examples of Believed

Example #1
He was more Oriental, more fatalist, than he knew.
Example #2
A foreigner of this character they had never before seen, with coat buttoned up like an Egyptian official in the presence of his superior, and this wide, droll hat on his head.
Example #3
The ends of them were hanging over the boundary line everywhere like a fringe.
Example #4
The legislature sat sixty days, and passed private tollroad franchises all the time.
Example #5
Then a fear came upon me that people might be observing me and would guess my secret.
Example #6
A gold mine, and in my simplicity I had been content with vulgar silver!