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incredible

adjective  /ɪnˈkred·ə·bəl/ us  
impossible or very difficult to believe: She showed incredible courage and determination in coming back from her injuries to compete again at the international level. Incredible is also used to emphasize that something is unusually good or bad: It was an incredible bargain.
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