credibility definition

  • noun:
    • The Product Quality, capacity, or power to generate belief: "The United States's credibility should not be squandered, specifically by its leaders” ( Henry A. Kissinger).
    • A capacity for belief: a tale that strained our credibility.
    • reputation impacting an individual's capacity to be thought
    • if a witness will be honest.
    • the caliber of becoming legitimate; credibleness.
    • the capacity or problem to be paid or believed; that high quality in an individual or thing which renders him or it worthy of credence; credibleness; only claim to credit: because, the credibility of a witness; the credibility of a statement or a narrative.
    • That which makes credible; proof of truth; proof.
    • Credence; credit; belief.
    • the caliber of being believable or trustworthy

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