Skeptical, disbelieving, or unable to believe. [from 16th c.] | Expressing or indicative of incredulity. [from 17th c.] | (largely obsolete, now only nonstandard) Difficult to believe; incredible. [from 17th c.]
How to use Incredulous in a Sentence?
Her voice trembled as if with some physical pain; he only answered by a sound of incredulous surprise.
He was vaguely incredulous when he found himself sitting in the sky staring through his spread legs at clouds and mountains.
She had been like one in a house which has been struck by lightning, and had been rendered thereby incredulous of a second stroke.
The scientific men present listened with breathless interest, but some of them with many incredulous shakings of the head.
But after a moment another expression mixed with it, sharpened it, and fastened upon her with an incredulous intentness.
It shone gorgeously in the dull surrounding, and the child pounced upon it, incredulous of her luck.
Suddenly her face flushed, her eyes became full of incredulous horror, and she stared at her sister.
In mingled eagerness and wariness he watched her, incredulous of her assenting mood, but with a hope that lured him on to believe.
He met the incredulous gaze both of Lessingham and his wife without recognition or any sign of flinching.
His eyes roved over the supply of food and the full water-calabashes, though he concealed the incredulous surprise he felt.
The same preaching was repeated by Buddha, and the same answer was returned by his incredulous hearers.
He heard the incredulous shout that would mark his entrance, the swell of unholy glee from the benches that would interrupt the proceedings.
Thereafter she delivered speeches whenever and wherever she was asked, to the incredulous delight of Archie.
Then he released her and stood his ground stolidly while she shrank away from him, regarding him with incredulous questioning, with black terror.
Upon Ryder's helpless body a cold sweat of incredulous horror broke softly out.
She looked up with a kind of vague, incredulous smile, and passed her hand across her forehead, as though to reflect more clearly.
But, with a cold, incredulous voice he said: 'What prate is this of fathers and revenge?
Short Example Sentence for Incredulous
Aristide listened in incredulous amazement.
Whereupon he smiled in an incredulous cultured way.
The chorus of incredulous laughter incensed the old man.
And now, most incredulous of readers, are you answered?
The polite Captain seemed incredulous and as if weary.
Zacharias incredulous CL.
Nestor's eloquence was in her incredulous echo.
As a matter of incredulous fact she was feeling incredulously at ease.
The rest of it was in a ferment of incredulous wonder and self-gratulation.
Philippa turned her head, but her eyes were filled with incredulous fear.
At the meeting, my incredulous friends became very deeply interested.
Besides, one may well be a little incredulous of these vast claims.
Her eyes opened wide; she looked all the incredulous horror she felt.
She gave the boy a keen, incredulous glance, but he was not daunted.
He ignored the incredulous arch of Kenny's eyebrows.
A flush of incredulous joy came over Lily's face.
She paid the rigid tail of the Ducal lion the tribute of incredulous laughter.
A quick, incredulous expression filled Carew's eyes.
The truth is that an incredulous Western world puts no faith in Mahatmas.
Paris, Petrograd and Rome read his letters and shook with incredulous mirth.
Jane's eyes sparkled and her cheeks flushed with an incredulous joy.
No answer--not a breath--only an incredulous stare.
After an incredulous stare, Maseden answered Nina's eager question.