Definition of unbelievable
: too improbable for belief the plot is unreal and unbelievable; also : of such a superlative degree as to be hard to believe the destruction was unbelievable made an unbelievable catch in center field
unbelievablyplay \ˌən-bə-ˈlē-və-blē\ adverb
Examples of unbelievable in a Sentence
a completely unbelievable story about why there was lipstick on his collar
Recent Examples of unbelievable from the Web
This diesel-powered example even averaged a nearly unbelievable 26 mpg.
Cassandra of Potterville is an artist who uses a deep fryer to create the unbelievable.
The story is unbelievable, as is the amount of research that went into its telling, and yet not once does Toobin get bogged down in the details.
This is simply a riveting and unbelievable tale that very few people know–about a young man who was a hero long before becoming the iconic 35th President of the United States.
Perched right on the coast, the house has some unbelievable views of the Pacific and beyond.
What makes the mistake particularly unbelievable is the fact that the featurette starts with Tom Holland explaining that Laura plays Peter's love interest, Liz Allen, in the movie.
The other team was just plain unbelievable, just too good.
And a good portion of Meyer's remaining targets -- including Parsons -- are five-star talents who could have a major impact in improving that already unbelievable statistic.
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First Known Use of unbelievable
UNBELIEVABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unbelievable for English Language Learners
: difficult or impossible to believe
—used to describe something that is so good, bad, etc., that it is difficult to believe
UNBELIEVABLE Defined for Kids
Definition of unbelievable for Students
1 : too unlikely to be believed an unbelievable excuse
2 : very impressive or amazing an unbelievable catch
unbelievably\-blē\ adverb unbelievably delicious
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