credible

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PIE roots
*ḱerd-
*dʰeh₁-

From Middle English credible, from Old French credible, from Latin crēdibilis ‎(worthy of belief), from crēdō ‎(believe); see credit.

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credible ‎(comparative more credible, superlative most credible)

  1. Believable or plausible.
  2. Authentic or convincing.

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