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  • Martin walked past the window and incredulously saw that Sondelius was growing old.
  • Martin peered, incredulous.
  • Incredulously he slapped each of his pockets, and went the round and slapped them all over again.
  • He began, incredulously, to comprehend his freedom.
  • Incredulously he perceived women asserting that all Germans were baby-killers, universities barring the language of Heine, orchestras outlawing the music of Beethoven, professors in uniform bellowing at clerks, and the clerks never protesting.
  • Dr. Billy Smith whispered that he had gone in to see Tubbs and heard McGurk shouting at him, "Your job is to run this shop and not work for that land-stealing, four-flushing, playproducing son of evil, Pete Minnigen!" The morning after, when Martin ambled to his laboratory, he discovered a gasping, a muttering, a shaking in the corridors, and incredulously he heard: "Tubbs has resigned!"

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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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