Examples of believable in a Sentence
she had a believable excuse for missing the deadline
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There was something inevitable (if not quite believable) about Ian Connor being seated proudly on the Louis Vuitton front row, next to a huge pile of limited edition monogrammed luggage.
Eventually, enterprising journalists get the allegations published, at which point they are investigated and found to be believable, awful and not isolated at all.
The nature of the engagement with industry representatives calls into question the impartiality of the process and thus, casts doubt that the scientific knowledge gained from the study would be actionable or believable.
One reason: Punk delivered a believable and persuasive testimony.
When officers' stories don't match up with one another, that makes them more believable, if anything, Stinson said.
Whether fact and fancy, the intersection of Whitman's grandeur, grandiosity and tenderness is similarly believable.
This explanation wasn’t entirely believable, of course, and Amazon can no longer deny it.
Her innocence is believable, but her passivity is narratively problematic.
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