Advertisement

incredulity (n.)

"disbelieving frame of mind," early 15c., incredulite, from Old French incrédulité, from Latin incredulitatem (nominative incredulitas) "unbelief," noun of quality from incredulus "unbelieving" (see incredulous).

Others are reading

Advertisement
Definitions of incredulity from WordNet

incredulity (n.)
doubt about the truth of something;
Synonyms: disbelief / skepticism / mental rejection
From wordnet.princeton.edu