The state or quality of being incredulous; disbelief.(noun)
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Use "incredulity" in a sentence
"It is evident these are the actual causes of those changes which the priests well know how to make use of against what they call incredulity; from which they draw proofs of the reality of their sublimated opinions."
"One I've been asked more times than I can count, sometimes with genuine curiosity, sometimes with a sneering edge of "I can do that, you're nothing special," sometimes with an air of absolute incredulity from a reader who gets it."
"Your claim, based on no empirical data but just an analogy and incredulity, is that such a process is not conceivable."