We often describe things as “legendary”— for example, we would say that Babe Ruth is a legend of baseball and Elvis is a rock and roll legend, “legendary” in popular culture. II. Example of a Legend. Read the short story below: Alongside the river in Old Usquepaugh, Rhode Island is an old grist mill that was built the 1700s.
unbelievable adjective uk / ˌʌn.bɪˈliː.və.b ə l / us / ˌʌn.bɪˈliː.və.b ə l / unbelievable adjective (SURPRISING) B1 extremely surprising: She eats an unbelievable amount of food. You've had such bad luck it's unbelievable. You should see her wardrobe - it's unbelievable - she's got about 50 pairs of shoes. More examples.
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Jodi Brown says her daughter and niece were ignored by a costumed character during a visit to the Sesame Place theme park in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Brown shares with CNN's Victor Blackwell.
Define incredible. Incredible as a adjective means Seeming too unusual or improbable to be possible.. Dictionary ... Not credible; unbelievable. adjective. 16. 5. So implausible as to elicit disbelief; unbelievable. Gave an incredible explanation of the cause of.
A term popularised by Chris Kamara of Sky Sports News in the UK. It is used when in shock as though something is above unbelievable or near impossible.
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