“There were protests in Europe, New York, and even Saudi Arabia,” she says incredulously.
“Elizabeth met Hazel for the first time two years ago in Little Rock, and now...they are friends,” Oprah said incredulously.
She adds, incredulously, “She was the maid, but David would have to drive her home in the middle of the night?!”
Seeing himself, his soon-to-be-wife, and his future in-laws, Marc Mezvinsky said incredulously, “Can you f--ing believe it?”
And then his smile dawned, slowly, incredulously, till the glory of assurance had become convincing.
"I don't believe you'd light 'em all at once," he added, incredulously.
"I don't believe you'll have the heart to do it," said Charlie incredulously as he sealed the last note.
He shook his head, not incredulously, but defiantly at fate.
Mr. Beamish questioned her most incredulously, half-smiling.
"I don't know what service you can do me," said Squire Hudson incredulously.