Examples of implausible in a Sentence
She's been making implausible claims.
He gave an implausible excuse for showing up late for work.
The novel has an implausible ending.
Recent Examples of implausible from the Web
For three years, Assistant Public Defender Scott Sanders has pursued a goal that seemed implausible: the chance to question Orange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens under oath about the use of snitches in her jails.
These numbers, which represent between 25 and 50 percent of Egypt’s entire adult population, are simply implausible.
But where some designers set lofty prices with implausible fabrics, Madden’s shoes have broad appeal.
Yet dropping bombs on Kim Jong Un’s nation -- an option the U.S. says remains on the table -- is so risky that many analysts see it as implausible because of North Korea’s ability to launch a devastating attack on its neighbors in North Asia.
The combination of explanations is not implausible.
But in 1996, the high-profile Miami trial ended with implausible acquittals for Falcon and Magluta.
If the club isn't careful, those eyes will quickly turn their focus toward Browns training camp next month and won't look back unless there's another implausible postseason run.
John Wells, who has criticized New Orleans' decision to take down Confederate monuments with an implausible retelling of history.
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IMPLAUSIBLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of implausible for English Language Learners
: not believable or realistic : not plausible
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