Definition of incredulousness in English:


Pronunciation /inˈkrejələsnəs/ /ɪnˈkrɛdʒələsnəs/


See incredulous

‘She told me, much to my incredulousness, that she hasn't had a proper Maths teacher during the whole of her secondary schooling.’
  • ‘Her eyes narrowed at the incredulousness in his voice.’
  • ‘I'm telling you, I'm an exquisite shopper and your incredulousness says more about you than it does about me.’
  • ‘Whenever I mention my situation there is usually a mixture of intense interest, sympathy, and incredulousness.’
  • ‘Benny was giving me his look of feigned incredulousness.’