incredulous

[ in-krej-uh-luhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF incredulous
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The exclamation came from the girl in a note of incredulous astonishment.

In the beginning it was incredulous about some of the details.

Wilson's voice showed that he was more than incredulous; he was profoundly moved.

Chip nodded, half suffocated with crowding, incredulous hopes.

She saw the lift of her head, the incredulous, resentful look in her eyes.

Though a learned man in the law, he was a little too incredulous in other matters.

He offered her the money, but she could only stare, incredulous.

John's incredulous face slowly softened into a face of doubt.

Sapt turned his eyes on the child with an incredulous smile.

Haunted his lips in a sneer of restless, incredulous mocking.

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