This deeply engaged, argumentative monologue is an exercise in reaching, again and again beyond the limits of unbelieving.
unbelieving, restless nature might say to Moses, or to Peter, Have you nothing new to tell us?
McGuire stopped where he stood to follow it with unbelieving eyes.
Mrs. Comstock stared at the total with dazed and unbelieving eyes.
The Emperor knows of it, and they know of it in Europe, in unbelieving Europe'—thought he.
You unbelieving little wretch, what right had you to make yourself miserable without telling us about it?
We sat hushed and unbelieving in that terrible, deathlike silence.
He is ever near to shield and succor us, even though our unbelieving hearts are so ready to doubt His Word.
The strength of the Prophet is within him thus to smite the unbelieving pigs.
unbelieving, still gripping the arms of that unseen chair, he was staring at a forest.