Similar words: flexibility, incredible, incredibly, ability, stability, liability, capability, disability. Meaning: [‚kredɪ'bɪlətɪ] n. the quality of being believable or trustworthy.
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1 The scandal has damaged his credibility as a leader.
2 The certificate has great credibility in France and Germany.
3 There is a credibility gap developing between employers and employees.
4 The use of computers adds credibility to the forecasts.
5 The police have lost their credibility.
6 The report gives an appearance of scientific credibility.
7 It's a team unrivalled in stature, expertise and credibility.
8 BBC backing for the scheme will enhance its credibility.
9 They had gravely impaired the credibility of the government.
10 Predictions of economic recovery have now lost all credibility.
11 His arrest for lewd behaviour seriously damaged his credibility as a religious leader.
12 A mistake like that will do his credibility a lot of harm.
13 There are serious questions about the credibility of these reports.
14 The prosecution did its best to undermine the credibility of the witness.
15 His credibility is in tatters after a series of defeats and failures.
16 Athletics'anti - dope campaigners are faced with a credibility problem.
17 There is little credibility among scientists for the book's claims.
18 The prime minister's credibility suffered in his handling of the crisis.
19 Funding from the World Bank lends credibility to the project.
20 The government is desperate to regain credibility with the public.
21 Newspapers were talking of a credibility gap between what he said and what he did.
22 Newspapers were talking of a credibility gap between her policies and her achievements.
23 Recommendations from two previous clients helped to establish her credibility.
24 The result of the vote poses a serious challenge to the government's credibility.
25 One voter in Brasilia summed up the mood — "Politicians have lost credibility(sentencedict.com),[www.Sentencedict.com]" he complained.
26 The fact that he had lied before robbed his words of any credibility.
27 After the recent scandal, the government has lost all credibility.
28 The job of the jury is to assess the credibility of the witness.
29 He has been using every opportunity to boost his credibility as a budget cutter.
30 After the recent scandal the Government has lost all credibility.
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