From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishincrediblein‧cred‧i‧ble /ɪnˈkredəbəl/ ●●○ S3 adjective 1 GOOD/EXCELLENTextremely good, large, or great SYN unbelievable The view is just incredible. There was blood everywhere and the pain was incredible.► see thesaurus at good2 BELIEVEtoo strange to be believed, or very difficult to believe SYN unbelievable It’s incredible that he survived the fall. It’s incredible how much Tom has changed since he met Sally. I find it almost incredible that no one noticed these errors.
Examples from the Corpusincredible• This factory was capable of producing an incredible 100 cars per hour.• The divorce rate in the U.S. is pretty incredible.• The panorama from this point was incredible, a one-hundred-and-eighty-degree vision of natural grandeur.• Do you know-this is pretty incredible actually-I once saw Ringo Starr.• It's an incredible confidence-inspiring drive.• She's an incredible dancer.• Winning the championship was an incredible feeling.• For one incredible moment, Merrill knew a stab of envy of Elise.• After beating incredible odds to prove himself a classroom genius, Steven has been cruelly snubbed by prospective employers.• an incredible story of survival• It is really quite incredible that, after ten months, Councillor Buchanan should still be unaware of such basic facts.• It is incredible that the police still haven't caught him.• He has an incredible understanding of what needs to be done.find it ... incredible that• I found it incredible that he could make money doing that.• I found it incredible that none of the women employed by Pan Am had challenged the insurance discrimination before me.• I also find it incredible that the demise of Aldershot has not led to a positive reaction to assist the smaller clubs.