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beyond belief or understanding

having a probability too low to inspire belief

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Den's transformation into the campest man in Britain hovered dangerously at John Inman levels while the total unbelievability of the Den/Chrissie/ Kate love triangle was swept away by brilliant performances from the ladies.
Film nixes its mockumentary credentials early on by so obviously being a scripted movie, with the sheer unbelievability of the basic premise, as well as devices like Jimmy's killer punch.
But the sheer unbelievability of genocide is such as to overwhelm the survivor's faith in even the most trustworthy listeners; you may remember Primo Levi's (3) dream in Auschwitz in which his sister refuses to believe the horror of his suffering.
This drama revelled in its unbelievability and that made it fantastically watchable.
This was an attack on their home, too, after all, and much of the first days of coverage reflected the fact that "we"--journalists and viewing public--were sharing in the hurt, the unbelievability and confusion.
Criminal misbehavior, unwanted pregnancy, unintended murder and a plant downsizing all contribute - in varying degrees of unbelievability - to Sean and a bunch of the local lads having to stage their groundbreaking tap show.
The poet's refusal of alms in this case depends upon the covert plot of expanded need, for in perceiving their request as a deception he equates their unbelievability with the excessive demands of the poor: "In their fraternal features I could trace / Unquestionable lines of that wild Suppliant's face" (29-30, my emphasis).
He sweats to ensure that his story is proof against inaccuracy or unbelievability, whilst demanding always that 'there is nothing I wish to prove' (N,p.
In the next phase of discovery, he underscores Candida's stereotypical function, her unbelievability, drawing attention to her theatrical antecedents: "`Es como las actrices viejas y en decadencia, que no consiguen producir ilusion ninguna en quien las ve representar'" (1268).
Time trumpeted the charges in a much-publicized excerpt but, owing to both the unbelievability of the charges and the authors' unwillingness to stand by them, they did not cause much of a stir.
Representative Helen Chenoweth (R-Idaho) took the cake with her diatribe about the unbelievability that sockeye salmon could be regarded as endangered as long as one could buy a can at the supermarket.