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incredulous
used in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

7 uses
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Definition
unbelieving; or having difficulty accepting something so unexpected
  • GEORGE (Incredulous): You're amused?
    1 — Act 1 (59% in)
incredulous = unbelieving; or having difficulty accepting something so unexpected
  • GEORGE (Feigned incredulousness) You really don't know what to say?
    1 — Act 1 (31% in)
  • GEORGE (Incredulous) She's what?
    1 — Act 1 (46% in)
  • GEORGE (Incredulous) Really?
    1 — Act 1 (50% in)
  • MARTHA (Incredulous).
    1 — Act 1 (95% in)
  • GEORGE: (Absorbing himself in his book) Now, now, now MARTHA: (Incredulously, to NICK) He's going to read a book...... The son of a bitch is going to read a book!
    2 — Act 2 (93% in)
  • GEORGE (Incredulous) Because you're going to hump Martha, I'm disgusting?
    2 — Act 2 (97% in)

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