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From alief, by analogy with belief and believe.
alieve (third-person singular simple present alieves, present participle alieving, simple past and past participle alieved)
- (philosophy, psychology, transitive) To subconsciously feel (something) to be true, even if one does not believe it; to hold an alief.
- 2015, Piotr Makowski; Mateusz Bonecki; Krzysztof Nowak-Posadzy, Praxiology and the Reasons for Action, page 121:
- Therefore, regarding a person's moral character, it may be more important what one cares about and alieves than what one believes.