Noun(1) the quality of being believable or trustworthy
(1) the book's anecdotes have scant regard for credibility(2) Realism with regard to screenplay and dialogue give it the kind of credibility that only documentaries have.(3) the government's loss of credibility(4) "We came out of it with our credibility intact, " he said.(5) The process of this prize lacks scientific credibility and integrity.(6) We just don't think there is any credibility to those claims.(7) But more importantly, the government's credibility has not fully recovered.(8) His reasoning was simple - his fame would lend instant credibility to his product.(9) However, none of these failings, in our view, undermined the overall credibility of these witnesses.(10) It also depends a great deal on the standing and credibility of the person who makes the pitch.(11) His goal is to convince them that party politics is central to the credibility story.(12) The defense questions the credibility of the witness, who was 14 years old at the time.(13) Such information may guide the development of future professional training protocols for credibility assessment.(14) The lack of credibility regarding the central issues in this claim have caused me to doubt the truthfulness of the appellant.(15) Ignore this and the legacy will survive, at least temporarily, with some credibility intact.(16) Having a weblog increases your authority and credibility in the eyes of your readers.
(1) credibility :: faʻamaoni
1. plausibility ::
3. credibleness ::
Different Formscredibility, incredibility
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