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    plausible - Dictionary definition and meaning for word plausible

    (adj) apparently reasonable and valid, and truthful
    Example Sentence
    • a plausible excuse
    (adj) given to or characterized by presenting specious arguments
    Example Sentence
    • a plausible liar
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Plausible rhymes with possible "Something that may or may not be possible" true,but open to doubt.

plausible(posible):some thing is possible to happen if its reasonable,valid,truthful. so something resonable or valid or truthful is == plausible.

plausible sounds like (laugical)logical!!!

plausible = believable

when you are correct and truth full generally u will get applause which sounds like plausible

most of the politicians give APPLAUSIBLE speeches but they do nothing and their speech becomes PLAUSIBLE !!!!!!!

Plausible sounds like "possible", as in "It's possible he's telling the truth".

plaus=getting applaud and plausible(pausi) telling a pause.so telling something what every one applauds but with a doubt(pause)

able to be applauded

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text: howard brought a date a more plausible
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