Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Incredibly \In*cred"i*bly\, adv. In an incredible manner.
adv. 1 (context manner English) In an incredible manner; not to be believed. 2 (context degree English) To a great extent; extremely. 3 (context speech act English) (non-gloss definition: Used to note the surprising or hard-to-believe nature of what is being said and suggest that it is nevertheless true).
Usage examples of "incredibly".
Incredibly, Adams still trusted and liked Wolcott, never suspecting him of the treachery of others in the cabinet.
Damodara and Rana Sanga had asked them to accomplish the incredibly difficult task of riding from Bharakuccha to Ajmer in two weeks.
Draco Malfoy did nothing but stare at Albus Dumbledore who, incredibly, smiled.
Nom Anor and the Shaper Lord made to follow, along with the priests and the vanguard band, but as soon as Ganner was clear of the doorway, Jacen turned and made a small gesture that Ganner felt as another swift, incredibly powerful rush in the Force.
Mansion, Ross Barnett was, incredibly, continuing the totally confused comic opera of rebellion.
I looked at the incredibly lovely girl in the mirror, she bedecked in a rope of red silk, made-up, perfumed vulnerable, soft, with armlets and bracelets, golden beads intertwined in the Turian collar.
He removed his pipe from another pocket as they stepped into the well-appointed chamber, whose standing trophies included some of the most incredibly ferocious and fantastically striped Bengalese tigers.
The wool is incredibly durable, and the colors made from bark from Bhutan, green nutshells, and vegetable juices, remain fresh for ages.
And should I somehow, incredibly, kill Her, or wound Her beyond chemosurgical repair, She of all beings has no need to doubt death.
But, she realized as she looked around at the table, laden with expensive creamware and incredibly ornate silver, her life had totally, irrevocably changed.
It seemed to me that everything about the actual, pragmatic culture, and the physical realities of day-to-day life, reflected this cultural facet, including the crowdedness and the incredibly uncertain climate in which tornadoes, typhoons, and earthquakes are expected.
Ogier make up a portion of the Deathwatch, although they are the only ones not property, and are considered incredibly fierce and more deadly than their human counterparts.
He would have been both dumfounded and stunned by an explanation that was at once simplistic, incredibly convoluted, and pregnant with measureless meaning for far more than his own, singular future.
Then Euterpe uses this incredibly complex program he created to translate that information into music.
Incredibly, he was still trying to rise, scrabbling with his left hand for a fingerhold amid the welter of buttons and controls built into the top of the enormous desk.