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incredulous
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  • Louisa looked, in part incredulous, in part frightened, in part overcome with quick sympathy, when this man of so much self-command ... lost his composure in a moment,
  • ’Have you an interest in anything, Mr. Harthouse?’ she asked, half incredulously and half gratefully.
  • ’Oh, my friends and fellow-men!’ said Slackbridge then, shaking his head with violent scorn, ’I do not wonder that you, the prostrate sons of labour, are incredulous of the existence of such a man.
  • James Harthouse looked at her with an incredulous smile upon his lips; but her mind looked over and beyond him, and the smile was quite thrown away.

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  • I find it incredulous that you believe she is sincere.
  • I was incredulous. I just didn’t believe her.

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