Synonyms for credence

Grammar : Noun
Spell : kreed-ns
Phonetic Transcription : ˈkrid ns

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Définition of credence

Origin :
  • mid-14c., from Medieval Latin credentia "belief," from Latin credentum (nominative credens), past participle of credere "believe, trust" (see credo).
  • noun trust, acceptance
Example sentences :
  • Vincent had risen to fetch the cruets from the credence table.
  • Extract from : « Abbe Mouret's Transgression » by Emile Zola
  • It is with great reluctance that we give any credence to this statement.
  • Extract from : « Ferdinand De Soto, The Discoverer of the Mississippi » by John S. C. Abbott
  • Feeling thus, they still placed some credence in any rumors that came.
  • Extract from : « Four Years in Rebel Capitals » by T. C. DeLeon
  • At least you will give some credence to the stars, my learned Cabalist.
  • Extract from : « Alroy » by Benjamin Disraeli
  • There was a whisper, that my master was my father; yet it was only a whisper, and I cannot say that I ever gave it credence.
  • Extract from : « My Bondage and My Freedom » by Frederick Douglass
  • None of the later historians has given any credence to this theory.
  • Extract from : « Lucretia Borgia » by Ferdinand Gregorovius
  • I care little, so long as you, mademoiselle, give them no credence!
  • Extract from : « Columba » by Prosper Merimee
  • He cannot away with them, and goes near to denying their claims for credence altogether.
  • Extract from : « A Visit to Java » by W. Basil Worsfold
  • He was inclined to give some credence to the suppositions of the Burgomaster.
  • Extract from : « A Royal Prisoner » by Pierre Souvestre
  • His valet told some extraordinary story, but no credence has been placed in it.
  • Extract from : « The Stretton Street Affair » by William Le Queux

Antonyms for credence

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