believability : Definition, Usages, News and More

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believability

buh lee vuh bi li tee

  • n  the quality of being believable or trustworthy

  • And that for me is where the Spider-Man series, y' know, loses its believability.
  • The suppleness with which Remy scoots through both human and rodent worlds lends Ratatouille the believability at the center of Pixar classics like John Lasseter's Toy Story, Andrew .
  • He breathes believability into his roles because he's real where it's hardest for actors to be: in life.
News & Articles

  • Erardi: Frazier acts as Hamburger Helper pitchman
    It's a tribute to Todd Frazier that his radio spots for Hamburger Helper carry the ring of believability with kids and their parents, even though the player pushing it is making major league money and a bounteous per diem when the Reds are on the road.
    July 3, 2013 - The Cincinnati Enquirer
  • Reds' Frazier acts as Hamburger Helper pitchman
    It's a tribute to Todd Frazier that his radio spots for Hamburger Helper carry the ring of believability with kids and their parents, even though the player pushing it is making major league money and a bounteous per diem when the Reds are on the road.
    July 3, 2013 - The Cincinnati Enquirer
Quotes

  • David Childs in Forbes
    The gratifying thing, of course, is the visual. And the visual now is really there,said David Childs, architect of the Freedom Tower, the tallest of five skyscrapers being built to replace the twin towers. "The believability factor now is...
  • Howard Hampton in National Post
    I always look forward to debates, I enjoy them,said Hampton, who played hockey after dropping his son off. "I think it's a chance to assess someone's believability, someone's credibility."
  • Baz Luhrmann in San Jose Mercury News
    There are not many actors who have an ability to pick up a Nicole Kidman, throw her on the bed and ravish her with believability,says Luhrmann.

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