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Origin of incredulity
Examples from the Web for incredulity
It started off small: a hint of annoyance here, a flutter of incredulity there.Just Kill Mr. Bates Already! How to Save ‘Downton Abbey’|Andrew Romano|February 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The humility of Joseph to accept this news when most would have responded with incredulity and dismay.The True Gifts of Christmas Are Life, Love, and the Mystery of God|Joshua DuBois|December 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The incredulity gap poses a serious hurdle for Secretary Kerry.
Informed of the great interest in his new beard, he responded with incredulity.Political Tensions Takes Center Stage at World Economic Forum|Daniel Gross|January 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Incredulity and astonishment enabled his abuse as much as complicity or cover-up.Jimmy Savile Sex-Abuse Scandal Taints Entire Era in Britain|Peter Jukes|October 31, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The most credulous of mortals is he who is persuaded of his incredulity.The Collected Works of Ambrose Bierce, Volume 8|Ambrose Bierce
Fortunately, I am acquainted with a few incidents that will stand the test of my incredulity.The Mason-bees|J. Henri Fabre
Nothing, indeed, is said of opposition or incredulity on the part of the Egyptians.The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Genesis|Marcus Dods
At sixteen he produced a treatise on conic sections that excited the wonder and incredulity of Descartes.Classic French Course in English|William Cleaver Wilkinson
There was so much of bitterness in the tone in which this was uttered, that Mandeville forgot its incredulity.The Sword of Damocles|Anna Katharine Green
"disbelieving frame of mind," early 15c., from Middle French incrédulité, from Latin incredulitatem (nominative incredulitas), noun of quality from incredulus (see incredible).