believable

[ bih-leev ]SEE DEFINITION OF believable

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BELIEVABLE

For a moment he was back in a famous clinic, and this man across from him—it was not believable!

We had gold and silver in our track, like the believable children of fairyland.

It was just as it had been that night—just as commonly uncommon and believable.

It seemed too preposterous to be believable; and she was very suspicious of him.

He did not invent the development theory, but he made it believable and comprehensible.

Writing stories that weren't true, and making them believable.

He didn't stop to question what was believable and what wasn't.

It was abhorrent, impossible, too grotesque to be believable.

That was believable enough, for Hereward had his friends and his spies far and wide.

It is not believable that the hand that wrote those clumsy and affected sentences wrote the smooth English of Science and Health.

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