But, even given the necessary suspension of disbelief, does it work?
Daniels laughs at himself, once again shaking his head in disbelief.
That audiences willingly engage in some level of disbelief suspension is a cinematic given.
That last claim, obviously, required a certain suspension of disbelief.
The English and their Flemish allies cheered and celebrated the victory in disbelief.
Hence the reason why men of the world scorn religious men, and you know contempt usually ends in disbelief.
They stared at each other in disbelief of what their eyes had registered.
A belief in sentiment means a disbelief in competence and strength, and that is the last and fatalest heresy.
Galusha was quite emphatic in his expression of disbelief in that possibility.
He has been hugely vituperated by evolutionary philosophers for his mania for the "age of gold" and his disbelief in progress.