credence

[ kreed-ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF credence

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CREDENCE

Vincent had risen to fetch the cruets from the credence table.

It is with great reluctance that we give any credence to this statement.

Feeling thus, they still placed some credence in any rumors that came.

At least you will give some credence to the stars, my learned Cabalist.

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.

None of the later historians has given any credence to this theory.

I care little, so long as you, mademoiselle, give them no credence!

He cannot away with them, and goes near to denying their claims for credence altogether.

He was inclined to give some credence to the suppositions of the Burgomaster.

His valet told some extraordinary story, but no credence has been placed in it.

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