Believe something; accept as true or satisfactory. For example, You think he’s a millionaire? I just won’t buy that. [ ; 1920s ]
Contemporary Examples

The Michael Jackson Effect Bruce Wagner July 15, 2009
Inside Lloyd Blankfein’s Head Doug Hirschhorn April 27, 2010
Phylicia Rashad and the Cult of Cosby Truthers Stereo Williams January 7, 2015
8 Ridiculous Tax Loopholes: How Companies Are Avoiding the Tax Man Josh Dzieza February 24, 2012
Why the 100K Dress Isn’t Over Sameer Reddy February 1, 2009

Historical Examples

The Girl Scouts at Home Katherine Keene Galt
Mystics and Saints of Islam Claud Field
The Master Builder Henrik Ibsen
A Soldier in the Philippines Needom N. Freeman
A Soldier of the Legion C. N. Williamson

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