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incredulous, incredible

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The word incredulous means “skeptical” or “disbelieving.”

The word incredible means “implausible” or “unbelievable.” It is often used, indeed overused, to describe something that astounds.

Example: The incredible rise of the Cubs all the way to the World Series was unexpected by most of its normally incredulous fans.

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