Credible (adjective)

  1. Able to be believed; trustworthy or believable.
  2. Having a good reputation; respected.
  3. Plausible, having a appearance of being true or real.

Origin:

From middle english credibil, from latin credibilis, from credere ("to believ.e")

Examples:

  1. His story was not credible.
  2. The witness was considered credible by the court.
  3. The company has a credible reputation in the industry.
  4. The website is credible source of information.
  5. The evidence was credible and supported the claims.
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