creditably creditably  /ˈkrɛ də təb li/


  • (adv) to a tolerably worthy extent


  1. It requires that a congressman shall conduct himself at all times in a manner which shall reflect creditably on the House of Representatives.
  2. He fought creditably on three fronts in World War I, and by 1929 was a lieutenant general.
  3. The last two families at least seemed particularly likely to account for themselves creditably in the future.



  1. "We feel that we still wish to compete creditably in England, rather than just go through what one might consider the rebuilding process," said Greenidge.
    on May 3, 2007 By: Gordon Greenidge Source:

  2. "Despite losing the Test series in India 1-0, we felt the team performed creditably against strong opposition," said Miller.
    on Dec 29, 2008 By: Geoff Miller Source: AFP

  3. Ms Bailey said: "Trinity Mirror has performed creditably in very difficult trading conditions. While advertising revenues were under extreme pressure we delivered full-year results ahead of market forecasts."
    on Feb 26, 2009 By: Sly Bailey Source: Independent

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