creditably[ kred-i-tuh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF creditably
Synonyms for creditably | as innicely
Antonyms for creditably | as innicely
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CREDITABLY
She was regent for the first time in May, 1506, and she acquitted herself most creditably.
Well, you have behaved most creditably—very creditably indeed.
Your holiday has had a haunted look, creditably to your conscience as a politician.
I only wish my daughters had come from the convent as creditably.
He was accepted, and served most creditably for the term of two years.
The two Achaeans and the Ætolian did creditably, scoring five each.
We have done our best for him, and as a rule he creditably responds.
All the other great religious bodies are also creditably represented.
It's all over, thank Heaven, and it went off creditably well.
Nevertheless, the power of the priesthood, we were creditably informed, is on the wane.