Examples from the Web for incredulous
I tried this twice and both drivers gave me an incredulous look before driving off.The Life and Hard Times Of The Family A Cuban Defector Left Behind|Brin-Jonathan Butler|December 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
At the time, critics were incredulous that the show would work.People Prefer ‘The Bachelor’ to ‘The Bachelorette.’ Why? It’s Science.|Brandy Zadrozny|July 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
On Wednesday, Republican Senator John McCain was incredulous about this decision.
For the judge who is incredulous, Martin again offers two simple words: “Excuuuuuse me!”Change the Constitution in Six Easy Steps? It Won’t Be That Simple, Justice Stevens|Richard L. Hasen|April 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
If their incredulous looks were anything to go by, it fell largely on deaf ears.Oscar Pistorius’s Sobbing Fit On The Witness Stand|Kelly Berold|April 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Flavia stood still, looking at the other girl with slow-gathering, incredulous resentment and wonder.From the Car Behind|Eleanor M. Ingram
"You hurt me—I believe you wanted to hurt me," he muttered in a tone of pained and incredulous surprise.The Builders|Ellen Glasgow
I gazed at him in bewilderment; ready to laugh if he meant to be jocular, incredulous of his serious intention.The Abandoned Farmer|Sydney Herman Preston
“Then there was no use in your coming,” said the colonel, casting an incredulous glance at the captain's stout figure.Sevastopol|Lyof N. Tolsto
Slyme laughed in a sneering, incredulous way, but Sawkins was inclined to be abusive.The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists|Robert Tressell
British Dictionary definitions for incredulous
Word Origin and History for incredulous
"unbelieving," 1570s, from Latin incredulus "unbelieving, incredulous," from in- "not" (see in- (1)) + credulus (see credulous). Formerly also of religious beliefs. Related: Incredulously; incredulousness.