Definitions and Examples of unbelievable, incredible
Learn when and how to use these words with these examples!
Difficult or impossible to believe; incredible.
The magician's tricks were so amazing that they seemed unbelievable.
Impossible or very difficult to believe; extraordinary.
The athlete's performance was incredible and broke the world record.
Key Differences: unbelievable vs incredible
- 1Unbelievable suggests that something is hard to believe, but it may still be possible.
- 2Incredible suggests that something is almost impossible to believe, and it is beyond what is ordinary or expected.
Effective Usage of unbelievable, incredible
- 1Express Doubt: Use unbelievable and incredible to express disbelief or doubt about something.
- 2Describe Events: Use these antonyms to describe events or situations that are hard to believe or extraordinary.
- 3Discuss News: Incorporate these words in discussions about news or stories that seem too good to be true.
The antonyms unbelievable and incredible convey the opposite meaning of believable. While unbelievable suggests that something is hard to believe, incredible suggests that something is almost impossible to believe. Use these words to express doubt, describe events, and discuss news.