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in kre juh luhs

  • a  not disposed or willing to believe; unbelieving

  • Perhaps even more shocking for the understandably incredulous crowd the debut trailer seemed like something out of a science-fiction movie are initial reports that it might .
  • There he was last week at New York City's Kennedy Airport, smiling out at television crews and slightly incredulous reporters.
  • I'm a bit incredulous that one would dare eat raw fish from the Han River.
News & Articles

  • Who do we trust with our secrets?
    I find it amazing that some Americans (along with other nationalities) find it incredulous that the U.S. government is monitoring telephone numbers and Internet addresses.
    June 18, 2013 - Berkshire Eagle
  • The fight of her life
    ‘I am past my expiration date,” says Valerie Harper, with a slightly incredulous smile. It’s a warm Tuesday in June. Harper, whom I have known since we were both soccer moms, is sitting in a cafe in Santa Monica, Calif., a few blocks from her home. She’s wearing...
    June 16, 2013 - New York Post
  • Don't Let The Band Names Scare You
    Wearing an incredulous grin and a skull-festooned T-shirt, Michael Gordon recalls the time he accidentally broke a dude's nose. It happened at last year's Las Vegas Death Fest, a multiday marathon of grisly, plasma-marinated metal that Gordon oversees
    June 13, 2013 - Las Vegas Review-Journal

  • Gordon Campbell in National Post
    I think we have to hear what justifications there are for these kinds of doubts being cast and aspersions being cast on people that are trying to serve the public,he said. "I'm frankly incredulous by it. I expect a full and a detailed and...
  • Phil Jackson in USA Today
    It's one of those games where you look at each other as a coaching staff and say, 'Go figure,' Lakers coach Phil Jackson said. "That your bench would come out and have that productive of a fourth quarter - it's incredulous really."
  • Sue Kedgley in TVNZ
    Mr Carter looked shocked and said he had no idea sow stalls were widely used in New Zealand,Kedgley says. "I am incredulous that the minister, who has been chair of Parliament's agriculture select committee for three years, would not know...

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