Examples of incredulity in a Sentence
The news of his death was met with expressions of incredulity.
the teacher's incredulity about the claims in the essay proved to be well-founded
Recent Examples of incredulity from the Web
There are so many analysts, fans, players and coaches who express incredulity when a call on the field is upheld or overturned.
Tosh, who grew up in Titusville, has combed the internet for hilarity and incredulity for the show, which begins the new season at 10 p.m. Tuesday on Comedy Central.
President Trump's decision to congratulate Russian President Vladimir Putin — after he was advised not to, as CBS News has reported — has elicited responses ranging from incredulity to indignation from members of his own party.
The ads were met with incredulity during a series of media appearances by the sitting Texas senator, especially by CNN's Chris Cuomo, who confronted Cruz about the ad on air.
Their stories have been met with a mix of incredulity and anger.
Khan actually applies the Makeup Revolution foundation stick without applying green corrector first, and the look on her face mirrors the looks on ours: incredulity.
Eyebrows arched in an expression composed of equal parts glee and incredulity, the House speaker allowed himself a brief moment of public self-reflection.
The statement was met with incredulity by Palestinian leaders.
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First Known Use of incredulity
INCREDULITY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of incredulity for English Language Learners
: a feeling that you do not or cannot believe or accept that something is true or real
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