Definition of Credentialled

1. Adjective. Certified as professional by evidence or testimonials. "Credentialled day care workers"

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Definition of Credentialled

1. Verb. (past of credential) ¹

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Definition of Credentialled

1. credential [v] - See also: credential

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Credentialled

cred
credal
credence
credenced
credences
credencing
credenda
credendum
credent
credential
credentialed
credentialing
credentialism
credentialisms
credentialization
credentialled (current term)
credentialling
credentials
credenza
credenzas
credibilities
credibility
credibility gap
credibility gaps
credible
credibleness
credibly
credit
credit-deposit ratio
credit-worthy

Literary usage of Credentialled

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1. Transactions of the Philological Society by Philological Society (Great Britain). (1901)
"Thus credentialled beyond the attack of rational scepticism, the Bruce stands as a fact of 1376 which cannot be moved. But its i Between 1390 and 1392 Sir ..."

2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1886)
"... thus in the first few stanzas of " Bertram to the Lady Geraldine," one meets with the following: "vision-strange," " full-credentialled," "world- filled ..."

3. History of England Under Henry the Fourth by James Hamilton Wylie (1894)
"It is true that the Archbishop was accompanied by the Abbot of Armagh, who would come well credentialled to his brethren the Austin Canons of Derry and ..."

4. Vane's Story, Weddah and Om-el-Bonain, and Other Poems by James Thomson (1881)
"V. Thy Presence was its own most adequate Proclaimer, full-credentialled, to my soul: An instant, and I recognised my Fate, Yielding with solemn joy to its ..."

5. Francis and Riversdale Grenfell: A Memoir by John Buchan (1920)
"... perquisite of well-credentialled, reasonably rich, and socially agreeable young men in England. Each had the gift of oxygenating the atmosphere in which ..."

6. The King Over the Water by Alice Shield, Andrew Lang (1907)
"Doors were closed, and servants were threatened with severest penalties if they should admit any person insufficiently credentialled.2 Cadogan stationed a ..."

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