The root word for incredulous I think is incredible.
The origin is in the Latin word 'incredulus', an adjective descibing a person who cannot believe something. A related word is 'incredible' from the Latin 'incredibilis' meaning that which cannot be believed.
A good word to use in place of incredulous is skeptical.
His response left me incredulous.
INCREDULOUS used as an adjective is very rare.
The word "incredulous" is a synonym of the word "suspicious. " An example of "incredulous" in a sentence is "Most of the jury was incredulous about the prosecuting attorney handling the case. "
It was so incredulous, I forgot to ask for her autograph.
yes,the costumed hero was greeted by incredulous looks on peoples faces by hunnie bunnie
(Incredulous means "in doubt", "or disbelieving.)I looked on, incredulous, as my mom punched the principal in the nose!The costumed hero was greeted by incredulous stares from the crowd below.There were incredulous looks on the parents' faces as Santa's sleigh flew down to return the boy to his house.The players were incredulous as they watched Rosa's long shot swish through the net
After I told my brother that there was a faerie in his room, he looked at me incredulously. His voice sounded incredulous when he asked me if I really had an A+.
"I find it incredulous that someone can have access to a computer and need to ask someone else how to find a piece of information; such as the definition of a word."
Hard to believe, spectacular, incredulous.
No because we know that cred means believe but the word in means not. So an incredulous person can't believe what is happening
Actually, incredulous doesn't have one. There is 'credulous' and 'incredulous' which is 'credulous' with the prefix 'in'.
"She gave him an incredulous look."
I am incredulous towards the bible.
Sceptic, sceptical, incredulous and suspicious
His incredulous attitude angered everyone in the room.
Incredulous means skeptical or unbelieving.It is an adjective, usually applied to people or a person
The suffix of the word incredulous is ous. This suffix means having the quality of. It is an adjective and some other example words include adventurous and courageous.
You said you believe me, but your manner is incredulous.