Antonyms for credible
|Grammar : Adj|
|Spell : kred-uh-buhl|
|Phonetic Transcription : ˈkrɛd ə bəl|
Definition of credibleOrigin :
- "believable," late 14c., from Latin credibilis "worthy to be believed," from credere (see credo). Related: Credibly.
- adj believable
- The testimony of two credible witnesses as opposed to that of only one.
- Extract from : « The Devil's Dictionary » by Ambrose Bierce
- "It's just credible that there may be other incentives," I said.
- Extract from : « It Happened in Egypt » by C. N. Williamson
- The fact narrated must correspond to something in me to be credible or intelligible.
- Extract from : « Essays, First Series » by Ralph Waldo Emerson
- Is it credible that the possessions of the spirit can be bequeathed at all?
- Extract from : « Howards End » by E. M. Forster
- The words of the two men reached her, but their meaning was not credible.
- Extract from : « The False Chevalier » by William Douw Lighthall
- That Lorenzo, as Porzio hints, really had a hand in it, is not credible.
- Extract from : « The Civilisation of the Renaissance in Italy » by Jacob Burckhardt
- Everything is credible which makes for what it calls the truth.
- Extract from : « Short Studies on Great Subjects » by James Anthony Froude
- Credible or not, there was a means handy of obtaining a proof.
- Extract from : « The Blonde Lady » by Maurice Leblanc
- My witness could not confirm it, and it might not 322 be to you credible.
- Extract from : « The Clansman » by Thomas Dixon
- He had a very feeble conception of what credible testimony is.
- Extract from : « Salem Witchcraft and Cotton Mather » by Charles W. Upham
Synonyms for credible
- honest to God
- up front
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