Examples of believable in a Sentence
she had a believable excuse for missing the deadline
Recent Examples of believable from the Web
Mercedes-Benz claims a believable 5.5-second zero-to-60-mph time for the rear-drive version and 5.2 seconds with 4MATIC all-wheel drive.
Fendi, as Luke mentioned in his review, was both wearable and different—that is, genuine, confident, believable, special.
The main goal, Stanfield adds, was just to be authentic—which might be why Darius comes across as so immediately believable and relatable.
The men’s meeting serves the cause of Irish reunification, but the movie itself never coheres into anything believable.
Even her rapid pacing is a fit match to the richness of McInerney's smart dialogue and bracing, believable characters.
As a war veteran pilot who hides an invisible scar on his face, Sigmon delivers a believable and heart-wrenching Jeffrey.
Washington James Comey’s written testimony outlining meetings and conversations with President Trump was telling and damning because believable.
Rather, Troy said, the girl's responses were spontaneous and believable.
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BELIEVABLE Defined for Kids
Definition of believable for Students
: possible to believe a believable excuse
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