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- adv. In a manner that one does not believe.
- adv. To an extent not to be believed.
- adv. Contrary to expectations, amazingly.
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- adv. in an unbelievable manner
- adv. not easy to believe
Throughout the novel, Skelly puts himself in unbelievably dangerous situations for the sake of the "story."
And now, even more unbelievably, is this secret plan of China to take over America according to O'Donnell.
February 19th, 2009 at 1: 18 pm state budgets also face a real timebomb in unbelievably lavish pension plans for public workers that will require painful increases to fund them in the near future.
Echoing DCreader (#10), state budgets also face a real timebomb in unbelievably lavish pension plans for public workers that will require painful increases to fund them in the near future.
[ ] The potential for actual harm in unbelievably small.
All the peasants eat together unbelievably modest rations of ground corn or rice, with an occasional sprinkling of bits of dried fish, in unbelievably drab communal dining-halls.
He won across the board, he won red states unbelievably, which is really important to Democrats as we think about who can win in November.
They both look like me - which is to say unbelievably cute with strawberry blonde hair!
Their home was always described as unbelievably maze-like, with all sorts of additions and little paths that led off here and there.
Imagine managing a $30 million dollar brand, called unbelievably, "Husbands and Wives" and having his horrible story being told?