beyond belief


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beyond belief

Inconceivable; outside of the realm of imagination, expectation, or anticipation. I find it simply beyond belief the greed of all these big corporations. That film was amazing, it was actually beyond belief!
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beyond beˈlief

(in a way that is) too great, difficult, etc. to be believed: Dissatisfaction with the government has grown beyond belief.icy air that was cold beyond belief
See also: belief, beyond
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"Quite beyond belief!" my Lady added--meaning, no doubt, to be more complimentary still.
Doubtless the Hajji could have given him money enough out of hand for ten cottonplays; but in this respect also our Sahib's virtue was beyond belief or compare.
It is beyond belief that they should not be prepared to pay Premier League prices to support a club that has shown its ambition by selling its best player and has consistently refused to spend the money needed to turn us into a major force.
THE terrifying story of Sarah Brady shocked me beyond belief. I couldn't believe that someone could be so calculating and evil by trying to kill another woman for her baby.
We are seeing the morals of this country eroded by permissive powers and ridiculous jurisdiction beyond belief.
The operation has been ordered by a scrutiny committee whose chairman Hugh McCallion described the case of the blind man as 'horrific and beyond belief'.
That they also want public funding for such gruesome exercises, which they had until very recently, is beyond belief. Next time I meet an unemployed nurse, a child counting the days until life-and-death treatment or an old man on an MRI waiting list, I'll assure them that they have to be more understanding.
Anyone who thinks he can make the kind of racist jibes at black people that he did in South Africa last week and get away with nothing more than a snivelling half-apology is arrogant beyond belief.
It's beyond belief. To tell you the truth, it's staggering."
He has been left shell-shocked by this attack and to be handed such a low amount is beyond belief.
HOW magical the sudden transformation, When overnight the trees are clothed in lace, I cannot help but look in admiration, And wonder at the beauty of this place, Jack Frost has been around in early morning, And painted every single twig and leaf, Resulting when the next new day is dawning, In a silver world that's quite beyond belief!
A Salford Police spokesman said "To think someone could steal an item of such great sentimental value is almost beyond belief."
My point was that as voters we are patronised beyond belief, with our political masters reluctantly observing the electoral niceties, before heading off to Westminster, and once there not bothering to consult or meet with the people who placed them in that feather-bedded place!
What visitors will think when they come here for Capital of Culture is beyond belief.
IT is beyond belief that an arsonist managed to climb a high fence at Glasgow Airport and set fire to a plane.