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Believable: unbelievable no longer means unbelievable

BY Staraj on January 21, 2013
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It's become a worn-out exclamatory adjective used to express awe and shock. But believable awe and shock. Save unbelievable for disbelieving liars, cynics, and hypocrites. Unbelievable!!!

That stated, I believe I'll defer to Believe on the meaning of unbelievable.

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