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worthy of being believed

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capable of being believed

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Of the proportion, 45% said the results were very believable and 41% said the outcome was somewhat believable.
It also showed that 88 percent find the midterm election results 'believable' for members of the House of Representatives where Duterte's former running-mate, Alan Peter Cayetano, was elected House Speaker.
We are shown and not told about this world through these believable exchanges--believable in part because the characters themselves are flawed and damaged, as most of us are.
To talk in terms of still more cuts, while allowing senior managers to keep their illegal swag, defies any shame, the glacial speed of Gwent police in dealing with the illegal activities of Caerphilly, despite costing us millions, is I'm afraid all to believable.
Another came up with an explanation that was not very believable but was very creative that a swarm of bees surrounded his/her vehicle and they couldn't make it in.
Combine instant money with an incomplete transition to adulthood, and add believable characters, get a subtle study into human nature.
Ostwald, Acting for Singers: Creating Believable Singing Characters.
The most believable source was the individual's "own insurance agent," as the independent agent was called in the survey, with a 36.3 percent "very" believable ranking.
31 in Health Promotion Practice, found that the four sources of health information deemed most believable by students are health center medical staff, health educators, faculty or coursework, and parents.
He was entirely believable as he protested his innocence.
Hoffman''s savant - a mass of baseball and airline disaster statistics - is one of modern cinema''s great triumphs: believable, unsentimental, often hilarious.
3 : barely believable <We moved at a fantastic speed.>
Steve Coussens comes into his own at the end as the regimental sergeant major, although Simon Ravenhill's production brims with believable performances.
It's believable and carries the reader right along.
Colin is so believable with his endearing, grandiose ideas and innocent decency that his character brims with life.