Credible

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Assessing TrustPlay
Consider if information seems reasonable and if the source has a history of accuracy. SlideHe provided credible sources to support his thesis.
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Evidence Over OpinionPlay
Preference for facts or data over personal beliefs when determining credibility. SlideDespite his skepticism, the experiment's results were credible.
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Context MattersPlay
Certain phrases alongside 'credible' can heighten its impact, like 'credible witness'. SlideThe judge considered the eyewitness to be a credible witness.