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- 1848, F. Ayrton, "Observations on M. d'Abbadie's Account of his Discovery of the Sources of the White Nile," Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London, vol. 18, p. 48,
- Perhaps, one ought not to be surprised that a sudden announcement of success, even though professing to be founded upon the positive testimony of personal observation, should be met by incredulousness.
- 1986, "Noted With Pleasure," New York Times, 11 May, p. BR47,
- Tim O'Brien, who wrote a novel about war, has captured here the sense of incredulousness and theatricality he had while being shot at in Vietnam.
- 2003, Fletcher Winston, "What if Milgram Controlled Student Grades?", Teaching Sociology, vol. 31 no 2, (Apr), p. 222,
- The class responds with grumbling, incredulousness, and the inevitable declaration of disbelief and resistance; "Are you serious?"
incredulity — see incredulity