- n the mental attitude that something is believable and should be accepted as true
he gave credence to the gossip
- n a kind of sideboard or buffet
- Clinton herself has criticized Obama sharply for his suggestion that the four years he spent living in Indonesia as a child helped him develop a world view and gives him credence .
- Some of the money was eventually recovered, but, curiously enough, much of the other property went unclaimed, lending credence to the rumor that the vault also contained a lot .
- To give credence to a Bradley effect in this year's election, Tarrance argues, "is to damage our democracy, no matter who wins.
News & Articles
- U.S. OPEN NOTEBOOK: Rookie Stefani uses a little luck to ace 17
HAVERFORD - Lending credence to the idea that a hole-in-one has an awful lot to do with luck, the only ace of the 2013 U.S. Open came, not on the course's easiest hole - the 115-yard 13th - but on the difficult 246-yard 17th. The shot was a 4-iron authored by PGA Tour rookie Shawn Stefani, who missed the green to the left, but got a fortunate kick onto the green, and it dramatically trickled ...
June 17, 2013 - The Mercury
- Nutrition News: Food and infections
We've all been encouraged to drink a little orange juice (for its vitamin C) to help fight a cold, but does it really work? A new study seems to give credence.
June 14, 2013 - Peoria Journal Star
- Swedes say no to Google Apps for government use
A division of the Swedish government has prohibited government bodies from using Google Apps, giving more credence to privacy concerns around public-cloud services.
June 13, 2013 - GigaOM
- Barack Obama in Newsday
It is a destructive aspect of our politics right now,Obama told his traveling press corps. "And simply because something appears in an e-mail, that should lend it no more credence than if you heard it on the corner. And you know,...
- John Paul Stevens in Consortium News
In a dissenting opinion, Justice Stevens said the majority's action in blocking the Florida recount "can only lend credence to the most cynical appraisal of the work of judges throughout the land."
- Ted Nugent in FOXNews
We're just citizens,said Nugent. "We have more visibility to our spoken word than our fellow working-class citizens. This celebrity thing is a terrible condition in that it tends to give actual credence to our statements instead of just...