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Expressing or indicative of incredulity

Reactions at Sun's campus, an hour's drive from San Francisco, ranged from the fearful to the incredulous.

Skeptical, disbelieving, or unable to believe

Xodar listened in incredulous astonishment to my narration of the events which had transpired within the arena at the rites of Issus.

Difficult to believe; incredible

Faced with these facts, we find it incredulous that defendant had any intent other than the armed robbery of the service station.

Not credulous; indisposed to admit or accept that which is related as true, skeptical; unbelieving
Indicating, or caused by, disbelief or incredulity
not disposed or willing to believe; unbelieving
{s} disbelieving, skeptical, doubting
If someone is incredulous, they are unable to believe something because it is very surprising or shocking. `He made you do it?' Her voice was incredulous + incredulously in·credu·lous·ly `You told Pete?' Rachel said incredulously. `I can't believe it!'. unable or unwilling to believe something
Incredible; not easy to be believed
Skeptical, disbelieving, in shock
{a} hard of or refusing belief
disbelievingly, skeptically, doubtingly
In an incredulous manner; tending to disbelieve: skeptically
in an incredulous manner; "the woman looked up at her incredulously
in an incredulous manner; "the woman looked up at her incredulously"
In an incredulous manner; with incredulity