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incredulous
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Oliver Twist
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  • On hearing this most unexpected sound, Mr. Bumble looked, first incredulous, and afterwards amazed.
  • ’I beg your worship’s pardon,’ said Mr. Bumble, incredulous of having heard aright.
  • ’Not by flash Toby Crackit?’ said the Jew incredulously.
  • ’Aye?’ returned the robber with an incredulous air.
  • ’I never heard of that,’ interrupted MOnks in a tone intended to appear incredulous, but savouring more of disagreeable surprise.

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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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