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credentialed

Syllabification: cre·den·tialed
Pronunciation: /krəˈdenSHəld
 
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Definition of credentialed in English:

adjective

Awarded or in possession of credentials: impeccably credentialed professionals
More example sentences
  • Despite their credentialed heft, the panelists quickly resorted to high-minded drivel.
  • In regions with competitive markets for lawyers, the men and women who choose jobs as prosecutors tend to be better credentialed than those in uncompetitive markets.
  • These variously credentialed business advisers work with corporate HR offices for weeks or months to inculcate a philosophical message that they believe will change the fabric of a company.

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