1 For a fleeting instant she saw Melanie's incredulous face, the look on the chaperons' faces, the petulant girls, the enthusiastic approval of the soldiers.
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2 She would be stunned and incredulous and would speak gentle words that stung despite their gentleness, would talk of honor and honesty and truth and duty to one's neighbor.
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3 "She would be stunned and incredulous at the first signs of my gentility," said Rhett, arising lightly.
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4 And, for her penance, there would be the dreadful sight of Melanie's face changing from fond love and trust to incredulous horror and repulsion.
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5 Miss Bart made an incredulous gesture.
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6 She was startled, incredulous, then wretched.
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7 Affected by the solemnity of the scene, there was a wondering gaze of incredulous curiosity in his countenance.
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8 Any time these ten years, they tell me, has that man held up that picture, and exhibited that stump to an incredulous world.
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9 And then, while some of the other prisoners gathered round he told his wild story; most of them were incredulous, but Duane knew that Jurgis could never have made up such a yarn as that.
10 When he ventured to utter this impression to his companions, it was met by Hawkeye with an incredulous shake of the head.
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11 Lestrade and Gregson glanced at each other with an incredulous smile.
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12 We started off for the cab together, leaving our informant incredulous, but obviously uncomfortable.
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13 James Harthouse looked at her with an incredulous smile upon his lips; but her mind looked over and beyond him, and the smile was quite thrown away.
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14 'I beg your worship's pardon,' said Mr. Bumble, incredulous of having heard aright.
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15 On hearing this most unexpected sound, Mr. Bumble looked, first incredulous, and afterwards amazed.
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