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Meanwhile, Ford argues that the moderate Free Syrian Army is a far more credible fighting force than most people think.

With each passing Bieber incident, however, the diagnosis gets more credible, and the prognosis even more worrisome.

But Hendrix, the judge, still decided that Saldate was more credible than Milke.

Smedinghoff sought to make herself more credible by brushing up on her own footwork after-hours.

The risk is high and real that listeners may well find the New York Times more credible than Fox News.

With a fatuity hardly more credible than creditable, the Lalugwumps, as they call themselves, deny the immortality of the soul.

Their claim is the more credible, inasmuch as the street has been given his name since his day there, when it was Rue Basse.

As to the theory itself, it is scarcely more credible than its interjectional counterpart.

Somewhat more credible is the tale of the man who taught a parrot to say, “What doubt is there of this?”

Miracles seem altogether more credible, when told in a dead language.Question.


On this page you'll find 97 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to credible, such as: conceivable, conclusive, creditable, dependable, honest, and plausible.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.