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Orangoutans are incredibly strong animals.

The rash is, um, also incredibly contagious.

The government has been credibly accused of abusing prisoners of war.

Air traffic over the city of Los Angeles is said to be incredibly busy.

Peter inherited 5 million dollars from his uncle, who was incredibly rich.

His gut was spilling over his belt, and his legs and arms were incredibly fat.

The primary reason he has done so well at school is that he works incredibly hard.

In the Amazon, it rains almost every day, and trees and plants grow incredibly fast.

The children were incredibly excited when they heard we had won a trip to Disneyland.

He told me he was incredibly rich and owned a Ferrari, but I saw through him at once.

The President says he was credibly informed of the terrorist threat by various sources.

Paddling down the Amazon in a rubber raft was an incredibly dangerous and exciting endeavor.

The universe is so incredibly big that I think there must be life on other planets somewhere.

The witness has credibly stated that he was not in a position to see how the incident started.

The retrieval system in this new computer is incredibly fast, and can deal with huge amounts of data.

You told her she looked heavier than the last time you saw her? What an incredibly idiotic thing to say.

The Aussie cyclist was able to win the race with an incredibly exciting sprint over the last 100 meters.

It is incredibly simple for someone to hack into your computer, and look at all the information stored there.

The quantity of data that a home computer is able to store in its memory has risen incredibly in the last couple of years.

Although there are several major car rental agencies in Libreville, the capital city of Gabon, rates are said to be incredibly expensive.

Butterfly wings are amazingly fragile, yet also incredibly strong, thin as tissue, these wings carry the butterfly on flights of thousands of miles.