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incredulous
used in The Age of Innocence

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Definition
unbelieving; or having difficulty accepting something so unexpected
  • Archer looked at her incredulously.
    Chapter 8 (76% in)
incredulously = with disbelief
  • Mr. Welland laid down his knife and fork and looked anxiously and incredulously across the luncheon-table at his wife, who, adjusting her gold eye-glasses, read aloud, in the tone of high comedy: "Professor and Mrs. Emerson Sillerton request the pleasure of Mr. and Mrs. Welland's company at the meeting of the Wednesday Afternoon Club on August 25th at 3 o'clock punctually.
    Chapter 22 (1% in)
  • Dallas looked at him again, and then, with an incredulous gesture, passed out of sight under the vaulted doorway.
    Chapter 34 (95% in)

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