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[ US /ˌənbəˈɫivəbəɫ/ ]
[ UK /ʌnbɪlˈiːvəbə‍l/ ]
  1. beyond belief or understanding
    the book's plot is simply incredible
    at incredible speed
  2. having a probability too low to inspire belief
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How To Use unbelievable In A Sentence

  • The crowd was unbelievable and the best thing is that it is my wedding anniversary today. Times, Sunday Times
  • There were unbelievable floral exhibits and hanging baskets of enormous size and abundant in colour.
  • Speaking from the Siberian city of Khanty-Mansiysk, where the ballot was held, CJ de Mooi, the president of the English Chess Federation, said: It was unbelievable. Chess world shocked as Karpov fails to capture top job
  • The fact they put it as suicide is an unbelievable story. The Sun
  • His kicking game in tight situations is unbelievable and his positional play has been superb in the championship this year. Times, Sunday Times
  • ROBERTS: Unbelievable, also the spelling bee, the annual spelling bee wrapped up last night, the winning word serrefine. CNN Transcript Jun 1, 2007
  • His guitar solos are just unbelievable.
  • Anytime you see a sign like that, you see this fracture, what we call an oblique fracture so it kind of spirals up, we know that he had some unbelievable force at his ankle that transmitted up through his fibula and fractured it. T.O.
  • The rubbish about Howard doing a good job for his Battlers is unbelievable.
  • Even if you look past some of the unbelievable contrivances of this portrayal of the U. S. judicial system and just basic common sense, there's nothing that really stands out in this movie.
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