accredited[ uh-kred-i-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF accredited
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACCREDITED
The only advantage with which he accredited the city was that of possessing newspapers.
Warning: Permit only an accredited employee of this company to touch wiring.
We are accepting nothing but accredited calls until tomorrow.
In 1900 there were fifteen accredited women delegates in the convention.
That made me the accredited and accepted Ambassador to New Texas.
Once the story is told and accredited, it should sink into a friendly silence.
We must be accredited like Mr. James Finlay, whom we hope to meet.
There are four versions of it, by accredited American histories.
How many Russian telepaths have been accredited to their Embassy?
As an accredited spokesman, I promise that our interference will cease if they are accepted.