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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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Disbelief. A feeling that you cannot believe something.

Usage examples (37)
  • An argument from incredulity is a logical fallacy based on an absence of evidence.
  • The man crouched on the floor, watching her, with an expression of incredulity, almost stupefaction.
  • Your claim, based on no empirical data but just an analogy and incredulity, is that such a process is not conceivable.
  • Their incredulity was a source of great grief to him. for more
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