credibly
adverb see credible

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Credibly — Cred i*bly, adv. In a manner inducing belief; as, I have been credibly informed of the event. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • credibly — credible ► ADJECTIVE ▪ able to be believed; convincing. DERIVATIVES credibly adverb. ORIGIN Latin credibilis, from credere believe …   English terms dictionary

  • credibly — See credibleness. * * * …   Universalium

  • credibly — adverb In a credible manner; believably. Ant: incredibly …   Wiktionary

  • credibly — adv. believably, plausibly, conceivably …   English contemporary dictionary

  • credibly — cred·i·bly …   English syllables

  • credibly — See: credible …   English dictionary

  • credibly — adverb easy to believe on the basis of available evidence he talked plausibly before the committee he will probably win the election • Syn: ↑believably, ↑plausibly, ↑probably • Ant: ↑incredibly …   Useful english dictionary

  • credibly informed — The statement in a pleading or affidavit, that one is credibly informed and verily believes such and such facts, means that, having no direct personal knowledge of the matter in question, he has derived his information in regard to it from… …   Black's law dictionary

  • credibly informed — The statement in a pleading or affidavit, that one is credibly informed and verily believes such and such facts, means that, having no direct personal knowledge of the matter in question, he has derived his information in regard to it from… …   Black's law dictionary

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