Definition of incredulity in English:

incredulity

Syllabification: in·cre·du·li·ty
Pronunciation: /ˌinkrəˈd(y)o͞olitē
 
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noun

The state of being unwilling or unable to believe something: he stared down the street in incredulity
More example sentences
  • Athlete tests positive, athlete feigns disbelief and incredulity and throws questions in every direction.
  • The expression on her face caught between amusement and utter incredulity.
  • The idea was greeted with incredulity by people questioned by the Today programme near a crash hotspot in north London.

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