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incredulous
used in Lord of the Flies

3 uses
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Definition
unbelieving; or having difficulty accepting something so unexpected
  • They were twins, and the eye was shocked and incredulous at such cheery duplication.
    p. 19.3
incredulous = finding it hard to believe
  • They were silent again: Simon intent, Ralph incredulous and faintly indignant.
    p. 53.4
  • I can't see no smoke," said Piggy incredulously.
    p. 66.3

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