- 1The quality of being trusted and believed in: the government’s loss of credibilityMore example sentences
- However, all this talk of trust and credibility has stirred my curiosity.
- However, none of these failings, in our view, undermined the overall credibility of these witnesses.
- The failure to report the allegations undermined the credibility of the witnesses to the extent they should not be believed.
- 1.1The quality of being convincing or believable: the book’s anecdotes have scant regard for credibilityMore example sentences
- Realism with regard to screenplay and dialogue give it the kind of credibility that only documentaries have.
- The lack of credibility regarding the central issues in this claim have caused me to doubt the truthfulness of the appellant.
- His goal is to convince them that party politics is central to the credibility story.
- 1.2 another term for street credibility.
mid 16th century: from medieval Latin credibilitas, from Latin credibilis (see credible).