Incredulous sentence example

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  • I was incredulous when he first told me the secret.
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  • He was at first incredulous, but eventually learned the truth.
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  • I'm still incredulous at the idea that oil had nothing to do with this political problem in the Middle East.
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  • He was incredulous as a Missouri cynic but interested.
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  • When she opened them, incredulous that Jackson had gotten away with his joke, he grinned innocently and shrugged.
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  • She used an incredulous tone with me once I told her I wanted a homebirth.
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  • St. Thomas was known as the incredulous apostle.
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  • He lunged out of the chair and fixed her with an incredulous stare.
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  • He couldn't blame her for looking incredulous after hearing the tale.
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  • They are often incredulous at the sums that the poorest children and pensioners have received.
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  • His report convinced the most incredulous of the reality of the charges.
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  • This is absolutely incredulous, requiring one to connect with ancient astronaut theories or Atlantis myths.
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  • I was incredulous when I heard the shocking news story.
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  • This brutality seems rather incredulous to the modern reader.
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  • Jane had an incredulous expression when she heard her name announced as the winner.
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  • Jack's sister was incredulous that he had gotten away with his misbehavior.
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  • She is almost incredulous at how her circumstances have changed.
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  • The children were incredulous when their parents brought home a puppy.
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  • The grandparents were incredulous that their grandchildren were graduating.
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  • They have good reason to be incredulous.
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  • It can be easy for many people to feel skeptical or incredulous when others tell tales of seeing ghosts, but it is often much more difficult to discredit those stories when witnesses learn the real names of those ghosts.
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  • His tone was incredulous.
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  • Immediately on his arrival Anion related his story to Periander, who was at first incredulous, but eventually learned the truth by a stratagem.
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  • His expression was incredulous.
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  • Dulce said using an incredulous tone.
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  • His eyes twinkled with the very devil, but his expression and tone were incredulous.
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  • The veteran Biot whose acquaintance Pasteur had made, was incredulous.
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  • Weak- kneed, he passed a trembling hand over his incredulous eyes; with the courage of despair, he feebly pinched himself.
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  • Here we see Mary Magdalene trying hard to convince the incredulous disciples that she has seen the risen Christ.
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  • ruler of territories menaced by the movement for Italian unity, and sustained only by French bayonets; yet he was interested primarily in pointing out to an often incredulous world that most of the vaunted, intellectual and religious progress of the 19th century was but pestilent error, properly to be condemned by himself as the infallible vicegerent of God.
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  • I'm sorry I was so incredulous about your 'legend of the lost bones' this morning.
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  • " To my present feelings it seems incredible that I should ever believe that I believed in transubstantiation," he indeed declares; but his incredulous astonishment is not unmixed with undoubting pride.
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  • He was wont to mention the following as the two incidents in his life which had afforded him the greatest pleasure, - that a stranger, whom he had met as a travelling companion in his youth, made to his declaration "I am Daniel Bernoulli" the incredulous and mocking reply, "And I am Isaac Newton"; and that, while entertaining Kdnig and other guests, he solved without rising from table a problem which that mathematician had submitted as difficult and lengthy.
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  • "You didn't tell me where we were going!" she said, incredulous.
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  • Your little girl will be able to express her inner fashion diva without attracting incredulous stares.
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  • He was appointed chairman of a strong committee to consider the evidence of such outrages not only in Belgium but in France; and his report convinced the most incredulous of the reality of the charges.
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  • In the middle ages the Germans of Westphalia made the ass the symbol of St Thomas, the incredulous apostle; the boy who was last to enter school on St Thomas' day was called the "Ass Thomas" (Gubernatis's Zoological Mythology, i.
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