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  • Babbitt incredulously saw that it was Chum Frink.
  • In the taxicab Babbitt incredulously found tears crowding into his eyes.
  • With his head throbbing, his tongue and lips stinging from cigarettes, he incredulously counted the number of drinks he had taken, and groaned, "I got to quit!"
  • Incredulously he remembered that he had by his roaring familiarity with them laid himself open to the patronizing of youths whom he would have kicked out of his office; that by dancing too ardently he had exposed himself to rebukes from the rattiest of withering women.

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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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