- incremental plotter,
- incremental recorder,
- incremental repetition
Origin of incredulous
Examples from the Web for incredulously
She adds, incredulously, “She was the maid, but David would have to drive her home in the middle of the night?!”
“There were protests in Europe, New York, and even Saudi Arabia,” she says incredulously.Samira Ibrahim, ‘Virginity Test’ Victim, Fights Egypt’s Military Rule|Deena Adel|March 19, 2012|DAILY BEAST
“Elizabeth met Hazel for the first time two years ago in Little Rock, and now...they are friends,” Oprah said incredulously.
Seeing himself, his soon-to-be-wife, and his future in-laws, Marc Mezvinsky said incredulously, “Can you f--ing believe it?”
“But I never thought a collie had half a chance against a bull dog,” Mrs. Wescott interrupted, incredulously.Lucile Triumphant|Elizabeth M. Duffield
He laughed heavily and incredulously, and he sat right down upon the rail.The Fifth Queen|Ford Madox Ford
"I don't mean she shall hurt herself," observed Mrs. Royden, incredulously.Father Brighthopes|John Townsend Trowbridge
"But we couldn't have heard that axe two miles," I said incredulously.Wings of the Wind|Credo Harris
Her hands were clasped, and now and then she shook her gray head gently, as if incredulously.A Sister's Love|W. Heimburg
"unbelieving," 1570s, from Latin incredulus "unbelieving, incredulous," from in- "not" (see in- (1)) + credulus (see credulous). Formerly also of religious beliefs. Related: Incredulously; incredulousness.