from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In a credible manner; believably.
- adv. Used to report the speaker's assessment of the credibility of a reported statement
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a manner inducing belief.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a manner that deserves belief; upon good authority; by credible persons or witnesses.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. easy to believe on the basis of available evidence
It requires speaking credibly from a position of strength.
I believe that the recent events in the financial sector will undermine the long-term credibly of the ‘reform’ movement – this is a European euphemism for Anglo-Saxon utilitarianism in contract to Continent Napoleonic centralization.
If you can’t explain credibly how that works … you don’t have a point.
They didn't "credibly" raise doubts about Obama's ability to compete in big states before tonight, either.
The actual Harris, far more camped-out and tramped-out then anyone could possibly play "credibly", is seen, on horseback, celebrating her rich post-election theft reward as a new U.S.
After hearing Senator Obama's speeches, listening to his answers in the Democratic debates and watching him answer questions in interviews and press conferences, I'm not sure that I believe that the Junior Senator from Illinois is actually capable of "credibly" asserting anything.
But underscore the word "credibly" in that suggestion; you're right to regard Kate as your brother's potential new girlfriend, and ducking or obstructing her will look like what it is.
Kenneth Rogoff, also of Harvard, argued that if the U.S. government ever "credibly" pulled away from its backing of the financial system, then a renewed collapse would likely ensue.
Human Rights Watch said Gbagbo has been "credibly implicated" in crimes against humanity, including murder and rape.
He and his team could credibly claim to have kept the world economy from falling off a cliff.