credible[ kred-uh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF credible
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The testimony of two credible witnesses as opposed to that of only one.
"It's just credible that there may be other incentives," I said.
The fact narrated must correspond to something in me to be credible or intelligible.
Is it credible that the possessions of the spirit can be bequeathed at all?
The words of the two men reached her, but their meaning was not credible.
That Lorenzo, as Porzio hints, really had a hand in it, is not credible.
Everything is credible which makes for what it calls the truth.
Credible or not, there was a means handy of obtaining a proof.
My witness could not confirm it, and it might not 322 be to you credible.
He had a very feeble conception of what credible testimony is.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CREDIBLE
- bona fide
- in force