1 Atlanta considered him the root of all strength and all wisdom and it was not strange that he had absorbed something of their belief.
2 Her own life was so pleasant, so sheltered, so wrapped about with people who loved her, so full of kindness that what Mammy told her was almost beyond comprehension or belief.
3 And complete understanding, because he, like her, saw truth as truth, unobstructed by impractical notions of honor, sacrifice, or high belief in human nature.
4 She saw there was belief in his eyes but little interest.
5 His understanding of Lily helped to confirm her own belief in her friend.
6 Some women are strong enough to be good by themselves, but I needed the help of your belief in me.
7 Though I do stick firmly to the belief in the fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of man and the leadership of Jesus.
8 She caught herself criticizing his belief that, since his joke about trying to keep her out of the poorhouse had once been accepted as admirable humor, it should continue to be his daily bon mot.
9 One enchanted hour when she returned to youth and a belief in the possibility of beauty.
10 Vida Sherwin had given her a letter to an earnest woman with eye-glasses, plaid silk waist, and a belief in Bible Classes, who introduced her to the Pastor and the Nicer Members of Tincomb.
11 Krajiek encouraged them in the belief that in Black Hawk they would somehow be mysteriously separated from their money.
12 Perhaps Russian Peter, come from farther away than any of us, had brought from his land, too, some such belief.
13 Nina interpreted the stories about the creche fancifully, and in spite of our derision she cherished a belief that Christ was born in Bohemia a short time before the Shimerdas left that country.
14 The daughters of Black Hawk merchants had a confident, unenquiring belief that they were 'refined,' and that the country girls, who 'worked out,' were not.
15 But Charley Harling and I had a strong belief that he had been along this very river.