• IPA: /ˈkɹɛdɪtəbəl/


  1. Credible or believable.
    • 1847, Benjamin Franklin Hall, The Land Owner's Manual
      Before receiving his testimony, the officer is required to ascertain from his own knowledge or by a creditable witness that he is a subscribing witness to the deed.
    • 1996, Giannino Malossi,Latin Lover: The Passionate South
      A more creditable rumour concerned Valentino's hallmark killer glance ...
  2. That brings credit or honour; respectable.
  3. That can be assigned; assignable.
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