- v. Simple past tense and past participle of credential.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. having an official document certifying fitness for a particular task.
“The myth that poets and writers attend MFA programs to "professionalize" themselves -- to get "credentialed" -- has been proven false.”
“So is that what Dems now call a credentialed reporter asking a tough question?”
“Press is still looking to get credentialed, which is likely when a new board is instituted.”
“The irony wasn't lost on me when I received an e-mail saying I had been "credentialed" for Aspen Fashion Week.”
“Our language is not easy here, as we have one word for both the work of a certain kind of credentialed person "the minister", and use the same word, "ministry" to mean good work, done from one's centered values, that anyone can do.”
“He says the union believes all students should be taught only by "credentialed" teachers, who will in due course belong to unions.”
“Going back to the United States, I note that a number of bloggers formed a Media Bloggers Association and this organization has been "credentialed" to cover the Libby trial.”
“Like political candidates, wealthy liberals felt safer giving money to operations run by "credentialed" Democratic operatives.”
“Harper says that a few organizations were recently "credentialed" to take part in the network, but that the names cannot be made public until the groups are formally notified.”
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