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- Kennicott was incredulous.Chapter 32 (10% in)
incredulous = not believing
- She held out, and Carol incredulously took, a thin gray pamphlet entitled "McGinerty's Mother-in-law."Chapter 18 (7% in)
- She was startled, incredulous, then wretched.Chapter 38 (17% in)
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