credibility

[ kred-uh-bil-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF credibility

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The art and practice of selling one's credibility for future delivery.

But there is one point about the book that deserves some considering, its credibility as autobiography.

Is not all this in favor of the credibility of the Old Testament?

Who can say, and prove, that this is not evidential of the truth and credibility of the New Testament?

The chief question for the jury was as to the credibility of the witnesses.

The credibility of testimony is always a matter to be considered.

See, respecting these and similar passages, Lardner's Credibility, vii.

The District Attorney, realizing this, tried to undermine its credibility.

Either hypothesis is equally fatal to the credibility of the story.

The credibility of miracles with Huxley is a question of evidence.

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