Noun(1) doubt about the truth of something
(1) he stared down the street in incredulity(2) When it is propagated by a petroleum company, suspicion turns to incredulity .(3) It provides the answer to a question they asked me with genuine incredulity .(4) The incredulity displayed is akin to watching a piano-playing chicken bang out Rachmaninoff.(5) Then, to his horror, and no doubt incredulity , a dozen or so crabs appear and march toward him.(6) At present I mainly gaze upon it with a sense of incredulity and delight.(7) The press just gaped with their jaws open and tongue hanging out in utter incredulity .(8) Even at the time this pledge was made, the reaction was one of scepticism and incredulity .(9) Hawke persisted in it, despite a high level of incredulity , bordering on ridicule, in the media.(10) Now, I'm sure that many readers' hair is standing on end with incredulity .(11) We are excused by ignorance or incredulity no more than by neglect.(12) Her expression is usually one of barely concealed incredulity .(13) This time, the looks Em and Mona exchanged were one and the same: utter incredulity .(14) Unlike many Americans, whose immediate response was incredulity , he says he knew instinctively that it was a deliberate act.(15) The expression on her face caught between amusement and utter incredulity .(16) The idea was greeted with incredulity by people questioned by the Today programme near a crash hotspot in north London.
1. skepticism ::
2. disbelief ::
1. belief ::
2. credence ::
3. credit ::
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