accredit[ uh-kred-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF accredit
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACCREDIT
If I want human evidence to accredit the word of God, it is not the word of God to me.
He could not accredit man's professions, or endorse his pretensions.
All evil do I accredit to thee: therefore do I desire of thee the good.
Her appearance, if we are to accredit contemporary statements, must have been extremely singular.
The most obvious and palpable facts discredit these Judaists and accredit me.
What an insult to the dignity of Scripture to imagine that any human seal or guarantee is necessary to accredit it to the soul!
An absolute criterion of truth must at once accredit itself, as well as other things.
Accredit, to give one credentials should be distinguished from credit, to believe what one says.
Regarded by Macedonian as a hotbed of much nationalism but little learning – the Macedonians refused to accredit it.
They accredit that view with being strictly one, supposing that all qualified to arbitrate would acquiesce and agree in the same.