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incredulous
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Harry Potter (#6) and the Half-Blood Prince
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  • ...read it through looking increasingly incredulous.
  • Ginny asked Ron incredulously.
  • Ron turned to stare incredulously at Harry as his mother hoisted the laundry basket and the teetering clock into her arms and stormed out of the room.
  • Then he saw Harry’s, and a look of incredulous delight spread over his face.
  • Scrimgeour turned slowly on the spot and exchanged an incredulous look with Fudge, who really did manage a smile this time as he said kindly, "The trouble is, the other side can do magic too, Prime Minister."
  • "Not of great importance?" repeated Harry incredulously.
  • ’What d’you mean, you don’t care don’t you want to leam to Apparate?’ said Ron incredulously.
  • "What for?" demanded Ron incredulously.
  • "And Dumbledore believed that?" said Lupin incredulously.
  • "Rosmerta?" said Professor McGonagall incredulously, but before she could go on, there was a knock on the door behind them and Professors Sprout, Flitwick, and Slughorn traipsed into the room, followed by Hagrid, who was still weeping copiously, his huge frame trembling with grief.

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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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