incredulity[ in-kri-doo-li-tee, -dyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF incredulity
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INCREDULITY
There came a squeal of amazement from Aggie, a start of incredulity from Garson.
Robert's thin lips broke into a slight sneer of incredulity.
At his shoulder he heard a low gasp of amazement and incredulity commingled.
These statements were then received with a stormy manifestation of incredulity.
Then, at once, a curious feeling of incredulity swept over him.
Incredulity struggled with her passionate desire for vengeance.
The war goes on, and Incredulity is made Diabolus's universal deputy.
Disinterested virtue is first suspected and then viewed with incredulity.
Inventors and inventions have met with incredulity and mockery.
Incredulity, prejudice, and opposition were his portion as long as he lived.