Similar words: on credit, incredible, suitable, inevitable, heredity, incredibly, table, credibility. Meaning: ['kredəbl] adj. worthy of often limited commendation.
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1. The team produced a creditable performance .
2. They turned out a quite creditable performance.
3. Alice's record of perfect attendance is very creditable to her.
4. It was a very creditable result for the team.
5. The young German runner finished a creditable second.
6. Not a very creditable attitude, I'm afraid.
7. There was nothing very creditable in what he did.
8. Our team came in a creditable third in the competition.
9. The other, less creditable, reason for their decision was personal gain.
10. She did a creditable job of impersonating the singer Mariah Carey.
11. She gave a highly creditable performance as the wicked queen.
12. The Green Party won a creditable 16 per cent of the vote.
13. It was all very sensible and creditable.
14. This was a highly creditable defeat.
15. Bassett did a creditable job of impersonating the singer Tina Turner.
16. She was credible and creditable and played well the transformation from gauche, unworldly girl to dignified lady.
17. There was nothing particularly creditable in giving up an immoral life when you had fully satisfied that nagging curiosity.
18. She was netball captain and played a creditable game of tennis.
19. Actually, as your idea formulates and takes creditable shape, the maturing will have occurred.
20. I had drawn a fairly creditable sketch of the castle when, as I hoped, I heard voices behind me.
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21. He says he is a most respectable, creditable woman.
22. The invention of the engine is creditable to Watt.
23. Gazza finished a creditable third.
24. One of my many dear children earned himself a creditable degree in environmental sciences a couple of years ago.
25. Arthur Hill and his friend Peggy Hassard appeared on many of my productions and always gave creditable performances.
26. The comparison with human imbeciles can serve to show animals in a more creditable light.
27. Overall, the Braintree team worked hard and produced a creditable performance which must be repeated at Lincoln on Saturday.
28. In the meantime, the milk remains ideal for cheese-making and the breed's beef production is creditable for a dairy type.
29. And credits can even make the public finances look more creditable.
30. Had Britain plunged merely into mourning I suppose it might have been creditable, but also surprising.
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