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Misbelief  n.  Erroneous or false belief.

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"Misbelief" Quotes from Famous Books

... knowing the man to be possessed of large estates and a well-lined purse, set to work in hot haste, "cum gladiis et fustibus," to bring all the rigour of the law to bear upon him, designing thereby not to lighten the load of his victim's misbelief, but to increase the weight of his own purse by the florins, which he might, as he did, receive from him. So he cited him to his presence, and asked him whether what was alleged against him were true. ...
— The Decameron, Volume I • Giovanni Boccaccio

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