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Harry Potter (#5) and the Order of the Phoenix
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  • Looking politely incredulous, Umbridge made a tiny note on her clipboard and went on,
  • ’What?’ said Harry incredulously.
  • ’Are you kidding?’ said Bill incredulously.
  • ’Frightened of Dumbledore?’ said Harry incredulously.
  • ’Prefect?’ he said, staring incredulously at the letter.
  • ’Without ever practising them beforehand?’ said Parvati incredulously.
  • ’Trained in combat!’ repeated Harry incredulously.
  • That’s a bright side, is it?’ snapped Harry, while Ron stared incredulously at Hermione.
  • ’But didn’t they try and kill you when they saw you?’ asked Ron incredulously.
  • i ’You went to speak to him?’ asked Ron incredulously.
  • Fudge looked incredulously from Harry to Professor Umbridge.
  • ’She just made a mistake —’ Harry looked at her incredulously.
  • Malfoy sounded incredulously delighted.

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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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