Definition of credibly in English:

credibly

adverb

  • In a believable and convincing way.

    ‘he can also talk credibly about the details’
    • ‘Your content should be presented credibly.’
    • ‘The emperor could not credibly contest the will.’
    • ‘Taking some examples it can be credibly argued that the situation is not quite as problematic as he argues.’
    • ‘All the actors perform credibly.’
    • ‘He must credibly imitate the master's style.’
    • ‘It is among the very few organizations that can credibly claim to have pioneered a market.’
    • ‘Reports in England credibly suggested even larger numbers.’
    • ‘The developers used motion capture to animate the soldiers very credibly.’
    • ‘Ben can credibly portray any character.’
    • ‘It is the only party that now credibly campaigns to form a national government.’

Pronunciation

credibly

/ˈkrɛdəbli/