reliability

[ ri-lahy-uh-bil-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF reliability

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There must have been a foreshadowing in her soul of the man's reliability, though she knew it not.

Your contract is as good only as the reliability of your broker.

The authorship guarantees it's authenticity and reliability.

Next in line of hardiness and reliability is the Weschcke hickory.

The latter, however, is to be preferred because of its reliability.

This is a character of much importance and reliability in pears.

They made all arrangements for experiments to test the reliability of the method.

Nor did he think much of the reliability of the judgment of the public.

Ballin guaranteed the reliability of his London source of information.

Their capabilities, reliability, and preparedness have been taken for granted or have not been the subject of undue concern.

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