Disbelieved meanings in Urdu
Disbelieved meanings in Urdu is کفر کیا Disbelieved in Urdu. More meanings of disbelieved, it's definitions, example sentences, related words, idioms and quotations.
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- To become properly acquainted with a truth, we must first have disbelieved it, and disputed against it. — Novalis