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Synonyms for believably

in a believable manner

easy to believe on the basis of available evidence

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The motorist didn't even recall exactly what Howard was yakkin' at him about while he was stopped, but believably said he feared for his life as Howie waved that big fork at him.
Despite the fact that Punjab Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif has assets worth over 175 million rupees in the United Kingdom, including a 146-million-rupee mortgaged property there, no record of his believably big assets in Saudi Arabia is provided in his assets returns.
The characters are well-drawn and engaging, and the relationship between Brianne and her sisters is heartwarming and believably rendered.
Against it all, Violetta the party animal contrasted believably and poignantly with Violetta the slowly dying consumptive.
Along the way, Russian-born illustrator Bagram Ibatoulline gently and believably captures the pair's initial hesitations, hones in on details like the father's war-weary eyes, and gradually brings them together.
His film ends up as a compendium of barminess rather than a believably deep insight into one man's character.
While some of the voices and accents seem ever so slightly a stretch, each character is believably portrayed, and the overall pacing is well done.
Until there's a correction of the still unsolved problem of bishops hiding from the public the names of believably accused priest child molesters, why would anyone vote to elect a bishop to a political office?
James Publishing (Costa Mesa, CA) has published "Relentless Criminal Cross-Examination," a loose leaf volume with CD that is designed to help defense attorneys believably outline weaknesses in the government's case in an opening statement, as well as how to demonstrate to the jury, through cross-examinations, that the facts are in accord with your opening.
Page is deservedly Oscar nominated for her portrayal of a laconic 16-year-old mother-to-be, who is refreshingly wise beyond her years yet still believably naive when it comes to romance or impending motherhood.
The county leaders have since then implemented countermeasures, including giving free treatment and inspection to more than 700 people believably affected, damage control on the pollution and sterilizing the water sources.
Glasgow is such a great city to set a crime novel in and she writes the women characters so believably.
To its credit, "Situation" presents a variety of different Iraqi characters believably and, even when they behave villainously, with a good deal of understanding and respect.
They are very specific and set, but each dancer must find a way to interpret the stories poetically and believably.
Despite their mythic stature, Cahill makes them believably human.