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
Team members and parents expressed incredulity at the administration's decision.
Among opponents of the Graham-Cassidy health-care legislation, there is a general sense of incredulity that so many Republicans are willing to back a bill this poorly thought-out, with so many impossible-to-entirely-predict risks.
Sky News television, which first reported the move Wednesday, said company chiefs expressed incredulity at being asked to sign.
Gerwig said, incredulity and disgust mixing in her voice.
As with similar cases across the country, Americans responded with incredulity: Portland?
As Woman, Jiehae Park was commanding, confiding, and quietly magnetic in a performance that turned on a dime from incredulity to irony.
There was some incredulity then: ‘Margaret, you’re way over the top!
His stubby fingers jabbed the air with incredulity.
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