Definition of Credibly

1. Adverb. Easy to believe on the basis of available evidence. "He will probably win the election"

Exact synonyms: Believably, Plausibly, Probably
Partainyms: Believable, Credible, Plausible, Probable
Antonyms: Incredibly



Definition of Credibly

1. adv. In a manner inducing belief; as, I have been credibly informed of the event.

Definition of Credibly

1. Adverb. In a credible manner; believably. ¹

2. Adverb. (non-gloss definition Used to report the speaker's assessment of the credibility of a reported statement) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Credibly

1. credible [adv] - See also: credible

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Credibly

credentialing
credentialism
credentialisms
credentialization
credentialled
credentialling
credentials
credenza
credenzas
credibilities
credibility
credibility gap
credibility gaps
credible
credibleness
credibly (current term)
credit
credit-deposit ratio
credit-worthy
credit account
credit analyst
credit application
credit bureau
credit card
credit card tart
credit cards
credit crunch
credit crunches
credit default option
credit default options

Literary usage of Credibly

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Memoirs & Travels of Sir John Reresby, Bart by John Reresby (1904)
"tant from the sea, though it is now eight, so much, it is credibly reported, the land has here gained upon the sea within sixteen hundred years, ..."

2. The Nicholas Papers: Correspondence of Sir Edward Nicholas by Sir Edward Nicholas (1886)
"I pray [let it] be not known to any but the K. that I send you, or have, any intelligence at all from England; for I am credibly assured you have there very ..."

3. A Journal Or Historical Account of the Life, Travels, Sufferings, Christian by George Fox, William Penn, Margaret Askew Fell Fox (1839)
"... If ever I came near, he would send me ' to prison again ; and had bid forty pounds to any man that could take • me,' as I was credibly informed. ..."

4. Ruskin: A Study in Personality by Arthur Christopher Benson (1911)
"Carlyle, talking to Froude on the subject, said " that when Solomon's Temple was building it was credibly reported that at least ten thousand sparrows ..."

5. Memoirs & Travels of Sir John Reresby, Bart by John Reresby (1904)
"tant from the sea, though it is now eight, so much, it is credibly reported, the land has here gained upon the sea within sixteen hundred years, ..."

6. The Nicholas Papers: Correspondence of Sir Edward Nicholas by Sir Edward Nicholas (1886)
"I pray [let it] be not known to any but the K. that I send you, or have, any intelligence at all from England; for I am credibly assured you have there very ..."

7. A Journal Or Historical Account of the Life, Travels, Sufferings, Christian by George Fox, William Penn, Margaret Askew Fell Fox (1839)
"... If ever I came near, he would send me ' to prison again ; and had bid forty pounds to any man that could take • me,' as I was credibly informed. ..."

8. Ruskin: A Study in Personality by Arthur Christopher Benson (1911)
"Carlyle, talking to Froude on the subject, said " that when Solomon's Temple was building it was credibly reported that at least ten thousand sparrows ..."

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