Definition of believability in English:

believability

noun

  • See believable

    • ‘As strange as it sounds, the strength of this book lies in its believability.’
    • ‘And the students portrayed their roles with believability and passion, he said.’
    • ‘When a person reports or evaluates qualitative research, it is important to assess the findings for plausibility and believability.’
    • ‘The thrust of the success of this movie is the absolute believability in the three characters.’
    • ‘The weather effects add a certain level of believability - the rain looks like rain, the snow looks like snow.’

Pronunciation

believability

/bɪliːvəˈbɪlɪti/