What is the adjective for credible?

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Included below are past participle and present participle forms for the verbs credence, credential, credit and creed which may be used as adjectives within certain contexts.

creditable
  1. Credible or believable.
  2. That brings credit or honour; respectable.
  3. That can be assigned; assignable.
  4. Synonyms:
  5. Examples:
    1. “After each labor he would come home tired, but feeling that he had done a creditable day's work.”
      “She then received patriarchal permission to pursue kinship with offspring of creditable lineage!”
      “For many, service to Christ constituted the only creditable alternative to matrimony and childbed.”
credible
  1. Believable or plausible.
  2. Authentic or convincing.
  3. Synonyms:
  4. Examples:
    1. “This claim seems perfectly credible to me.”
      “In the former case, there was no credible nuclear threat, in the latter there might be one.”
      “The court found his evidence to be credible and therefore considered its weight.”
credal
  1. Alternative spelling of creedal
  2. (mathematics) Describes a probability based on belief
  3. Examples:
    1. “Some will reply that they will be delighted to have an Archbishop who asserts central credal doctrines.”
      “Nevertheless, the powerful reminder of the link between credal formulation and liturgical adoration remains.”
      “Why, then, is it important to include this clause as part of the church's credal articulation?”
creditworthy
  1. Deemed likely to repay debts
  2. Having an acceptable credit rating
  3. Synonyms:
  4. Examples:
    1. “Except for the most creditworthy of customers, banks are generally happier lending money if they can take some sort of security.”
      “If you're able to bring them into a creditworthy capability, that's even a bigger impact.”
      “All but the most creditworthy of borrowers now have to pay a widening premium to account for the possibility of default.”
credential
creedless
  1. Without a creed; not related to a specific creed.
  2. Examples:
    1. “How was a creedless, churchless mistress of Coldbrooks to be fitted in to her happy vision of Barneys future?”
      “Viruses, after all, are color-blind, creedless and don't acknowledge borders.”
      “The liberal, creedless religion has more than 1,000 churches including the one on Haskell Avenue.”
creditless
  1. Without credit (financially).
creedal
  1. Of or pertaining to a creed
  2. Examples:
    1. “For much of the history of the church, this creedal pattern gave rise to the classical trinitarian structure in theological construction.”
      “In doing so, however, they had to rebel against the creedal orthodoxies of the more established Calvinist churches.”
      “In this latter view, absolute truth and creedal faith are seen as fundamentalisms that not only oppress but foster violence.”
credited
credenced
  1. simple past tense and past participle of credence
credencing
  1. present participle of credence
credentialed
  1. simple past tense and past participle of credential
credentialing
  1. present participle of credential
crediting
creeded
  1. simple past tense and past participle of creed
creeding
  1. present participle of creed
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