from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Skeptical; disbelieving: incredulous of stories about flying saucers.
- adj. Expressive of disbelief: an incredulous stare.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not credulous; indisposed to admit or accept that which is related as true, skeptical; unbelieving.
- adj. Indicating, or caused by, disbelief or incredulity.
- adj. Incredible; not easy to be believed.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not credulous; not disposed to admit the truth of what is related; not given to believe readily; refusing or withholding belief; skeptical.
- Not easy to be believed; incredible.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not disposed or willing to believe; unbelieving
I looked across the table at Upton, my expression incredulous.
Jace couldnt help it; his eyes flicked instantly to Maryse, his expression incredulous.
His expression incredulous, he pulled his hands away from his chest and stared in shock at the sticky blood covering them.
She had to look at him, her expression incredulous.
He stopped and turned, his expression incredulous, but with a look of deep concern in his eyes.
My husband was again incredulous at the open judgement that moms heap on each other and it helped so much for him to say – who cares … you are a great mom who cares about your babies health and you made your choices with the help of your OB.
Ivan stretched out his arms in an expression of incredulous disbelief.
Non-furries will raise their eyebrows in incredulous amusement because of their preconceptions.
"You brought a snack?" he asked, his expression incredulous as he took an involuntary step forward.
Rumpar staggered backward, his expression incredulous, and then he landed in a sitting position on the floor.