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  • adv. In an unbelieving way.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • With unbelief.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in an incredulous manner


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  • "Are ye suggesting I've played ye false?" he said, unbelievingly.

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  • She looked unseeingly at the side of bacon Mr Small bone was holding up for her inspection, then cautiously turned her head and stared unbelievingly.

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  • Richard looked at him unbelievingly out of his inflamed eyes.


  • Stunned, Alec remained in his seat, staring unbelievingly at this unhinged, incoherent creature which had materialized, half-standing, at the head of the table.

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  • Slowly, unbelievingly, Carrie Louise took a step towards the door.

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  • People who looked unbelievingly at me, thinking I made a poor joke will now understand why I called myself a 'pupil of Mozart', must now understand my reasons.

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  • She pulled it back against her chest, staring at him unbelievingly.

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  • Canada produces many comedians who make Americans laugh because we have a history of seeing things from the outside, critically, humorously, unbelievingly.

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  • I could make her rise in some sleight of mind to occupy the space Pd prepared, eyes faintly slanted and papery hands and how she used to smile privately and unbelievingly at the thought of us together and how she seemed to move in time-delay—the mind clocks in and the body follows.


  • He stared at it unbelievingly for a moment, then raked back the pull tab.

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