unwilling to admit or accept what is offered as true
he was not incredulous
by MlgDoge 160000 February 15, 2017
of a nature that does not believe or is prone to be skeptical
Due to his falling off of 17 roofs in the last three days while wearing St. Jamesmobile’s Elastic Scissor Shoes, Elizabeth was incredulous towards the rhetoric of St. Jamesmobile’s CEO Fred Peabody.
by P The D October 27, 2009
An incredulous person would not believe this definition.
person 1: "Don't walk off the cliff you will fall and die."
incredulous person: "I don't believe you"
by trek_mambo August 6, 2011
a combination of the words incredible and ridicuolous. contains both definitions
"that film was incrdulous"
by matthew February 15, 2005
A combination of incredible and fabulous, usually used in an insulting or sarcasting manner.
"Dude, that idea is incredulous."
by Evilboy May 29, 2003
(Noun) Being unable or unwilling to believe something, or a feeling of shock or surprise upon exposure to such a circumstance.

Other forms:
Alternate Noun: Incredulousness
Adjective: Incredulous
Wife: “I’m pregnant.”
Husband: *contorts facial expression into one of obvious incredulity*
Husband: “We haven’t had sex in six months!”
by GrumpyFox February 4, 2018