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Synonym: acceptancecredenzaSimilar words: evidenceresidenceindependencesacredcredulouson creditincredibleincrediblyMeaning: ['kriːdəns]  n. 1. the mental attitude that something is believable and should be accepted as true 2. a kind of sideboard or buffet. 
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1, I'm not prepared to give credence to anonymous complaints.
2, I don't give any credence to these rumors.
3, Good studies are needed to lend credence to the notion that genuine progress can be made in this important field.
4, His ideas quickly gained credence among economists.
5, Alternative medicine has been gaining credence in recent years.
6, I attach little credence to what she says.
7, Historical evidence lends credence to his theory.
8, You're surely not giving any credence to this story of Hythe's?
9, His bruises added/lent credence to his statement that he had been beaten.
10, The DNA results lend credence to Hausmann's claims of innocence.
11, They could give no credence to the findings of the survey.
12, They ask: Why should I give credence to a life that has imposed barriers on me?
13, What credence can we give to his story of some malevolent person waiting in a window alcove?
14, It lends credence to the kinds of beliefs and fears that make victims of all who hold them.
15, We give them greater credence if we allow them to be grouped with other less controversial policies.
16, Captured,[] he would be forced into giving credence to the coup.
17, But they don't get any credence here and several of our most respected lawyers, doctors and public servants are black.
18, These debates lend credence to the view that the southern states would not have ratified the Constitution without the proslavery compromises.
19, In trying to negotiate we must give considerable credence to the particular problem of the most difficult areas.
20, I can not give credence to the 17 percent. figure.
21, Her denials of this charge served merely to lend it credence.
22, Techniques that can not readily be proven analytically are unlikely to gain much engineering credence.
23, The absence of military protection for the abolitionists in Alton lends credence to legal indifference that bound the country at this time.
24, What empirical evidence is there that might persuade us to give credence to this sharp and absolute distinction?
25, There were many other priests out there, their presence giving credence to the deception.
26, By not confronting its opponents' lies when and wherever uttered, it gave them credence.
27, Political economy and class perspectives on urban sociology lend little credence to this type of analysis.
28, The Church of S. Theodora originally belonged to a monastery; large cisterns found in the vicinity give credence to this theory.
29, The success of the Left Book Club leant some credence to popular front politics.
30, But the London office checked it out and confirmed that the sheer secrecy of the Bedford police gave credence to the story.
More similar words: evidenceresidenceindependencesacredcredulouson creditincredibleincrediblyconcedecreditableunprecedentedcredibilitytendencypresidencyfencehenceessencesciencecommencesequencecoherenceeloquencesentencepatiencereferencepenitenceexperienceinfluenceexperienceddifference
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