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  • adj. Not credible.


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non- +‎ credible


  • CARVILLE: The promoter of this bill was called noncredible by the priest.

    CNN Transcript Jun 30, 2008

  • In affirming a May lower-court decision, the appellate court said Freedom had shown a substantial likelihood of winning its case and that the district court had termed the testimony of a key Delta witness as "noncredible," according to Mesa.

    Appeals Court Affirms Injunction to Keep Delta Air-Mesa Deal

  • My only quibble is placing the bullshit noncredible blurb above the title while relegating the contributor list to the very bottom, where is will be partially blocked by many shelf designs.

    Book Cover Smackdown! 'Template' vs. 'Metatropolis' vs. 'The Skylark'

  • A false statement from a noncredible source that is at first not believed can gain credibility during the months it takes to reprocess memories from short-term hippocampal storage to longer-term cortical storage.

    Fair-Weather Civil Libertarians

  • From this misbelieving feacemaker to his noncredible fancyflame. 1 Ask for bosthoon, late for Mass, pray for blaablaablack sheep.

    Finnegans Wake

  • It's deemed a noncredible threat, but it's a threat on an Islamic Web site suggesting that seven NFL stadiums will be targeted this weekend with a radiological dirty bomb.

    CNN Transcript Oct 18, 2006

  • Richard Brilliant, Anna S. Garbedian emeritus professor of the humanities at Columbia and an authority on classical antiquities - his works include "My Laocoön: Alternative Claims in the Interpretation of Artworks" University of California Press, 2000 - said that Dr. Catterson's contention was "noncredible on any count."

    From On High

  • In other words, a noncredible witness is suffering from the syndrome, but a credible one is merely a credible witness who was legitimately abused.

    Transubstantiating the evidence?

  • As if life isn't hard enough in New York City, New Yorkers now have to live with new "specific yet noncredible" threats, based on information of "doubtful credibility."

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • KURTZ: By the next morning, "The New York Times" and "The Washington Post" were reporting that federal authorities were playing down the threat as noncredible.

    CNN Transcript Oct 16, 2005


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