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allegiance loyalty or dedication to a person, country, or belief.
allegory a story that is written or told to represent an idea or belief. [1/2 definitions]
arrogance the condition or quality of being arrogant; having too much pride or belief in one's superiority. [1/2 definitions]
conviction a belief or opinion that is strongly held. [1/3 definitions]
delusion the act of causing someone to believe in something false or not real, or the belief in something false or not real. [2 definitions]
democratic relating to or demonstrating the belief that all people should be treated equally. [1/3 definitions]
dissent to disagree with an opinion or belief held by many others. [1/2 definitions]
doctrine a belief or set of beliefs held by a religion, government, or other group.
expectation a belief that something is likely to happen. [1/2 definitions]
faith belief or trust in something that has never been proved. [1/3 definitions]
feel to have a belief or opinion. [1/7 definitions]
Hinduism the main religion of India, which has many gods that are part of the same supreme being. Hinduism has a strict system of social classes and a belief that the soul can be born again after death into a different body.
idea any thought, belief, picture, or image that is formed in the mind. [1/4 definitions]
ideal a belief or aim considered to be worthy of honor or respect. [1/6 definitions]
impression a belief or a feeling that is created at the beginning of an experience. [1/3 definitions]
Judaism the religion of the Jewish people. It is based on the belief in one God and on two holy books, the Old Testament of the Bible and the Talmud.
lofty showing a belief that one is better than other people; proud. [1/3 definitions]
martyr a person who suffers or is killed for defending some belief or cause. [1/2 definitions]
mission a particular task or duty done out of strong belief. [1/4 definitions]
motto a short saying used as a reminder of a belief or rules of behavior.
persist to continue in a course of action or hold on to a belief in a firm, steady way. [1/2 definitions]