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    credence - Dictionary definition and meaning for word credence

    Definition
    (noun) the mental attitude that something is believable and should be accepted as true
    Synonyms : acceptance
    Example Sentence
    • he gave credence to the gossip
    • acceptance of Newtonian mechanics was unquestioned for 200 years
    Definition
    (noun) a kind of sideboard or buffet
    Synonyms : credenza
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for credence

sounds like "confidence". If you have the confidence in someone, you have belief in him. People believe you after seeing your CREDENCE+tial = credential

CREDENCE: should be or is "cred"-ible

relate as Evidence : when u have evidence for something.then it has to be.."believable and should be accepted as true"

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CRED means to believe so, credo, credible, credence, credit, credential, credulity, incredulous, creed, incredible all are associated with believe.

credence is from credential...eg what are your credentials...i.e "trustworthiness"

sounds like credit...you give credit to some person when you have faith in him...or belief in him...credence means give credit by believing...

certain CREatures from forrest or outerspace DANCE well... that is supposed to be a BELIEF. :P

C(see)+REDance....I can see red flower even n a desert because I BELIEVE....

CREED+DANCE .... we creed in hrithik's dances, we know that he dance well...

C+re+dance Due to belief based on evidence Group C was asked to dance again. So they said C re dance

Credentials provide a basis for confidence of belief in someone. Credentials can help lend credibility and credence to a person's claims.

u give ur credentials to a person u BELIEVE in or have FAITH in.

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