on faith
phrasal without question <
took everything he said on faith
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New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • on faith — {adv. phr.} Without question or proof. * /He said he was twenty one years old and the employment agency took him on faith./ * /He looked so honest that we accepted his story on faith./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • on faith — {adv. phr.} Without question or proof. * /He said he was twenty one years old and the employment agency took him on faith./ * /He looked so honest that we accepted his story on faith./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • on\ faith — adv. phr. Without question or proof. He said he was twenty one years old and the employment agency took him on faith. He looked so honest that we accepted his story on faith …   Словарь американских идиом

  • on faith — without question or proof I took it on faith that he would help me when I had a lot of extra work to do …   Idioms and examples

  • on faith — adverb with trust and confidence we accepted him on faith …   Useful english dictionary

  • Lectures on Faith — The document Lectures on Faith is a set of seven lectures on the doctrine and theology of the Latter Day Saint movement, first published as the doctrine portion of the 1835 edition of the canonical Doctrine and Covenants , but later removed from… …   Wikipedia

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  • accept/take something on faith — accept/take (something) on faith : to accept (something) as true without proof or evidence that it is true I m not willing to take her statements on faith. I ll accept it on faith that he knows the truth. • • • Main Entry: ↑faith …   Useful english dictionary

  • accept/take on faith — accept/take (something) on faith : to accept (something) as true without proof or evidence that it is true I m not willing to take her statements on faith. I ll accept it on faith that he knows the truth. • • • Main Entry: ↑faith …   Useful english dictionary

  • take someone on faith — take (someone/something) on faith to believe someone or something without proof. You will have to take it on faith that the information I am asking for is really important …   New idioms dictionary

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