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creditable

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcreditablecred‧it‧a‧ble /ˈkredətəbəl/ adjective [usually before noun] 🔊 🔊 GOOD/EXCELLENTdeserving praise or approval 🔊 The team produced a creditable performance. 🔊 She did a creditable job of impersonating the singer.creditably adverb
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creditableAnd credits can even make the public finances look more creditable.It was all very sensible and creditable.This was a highly creditable defeat.She was netball captain and played a creditable game of tennis.Bassett did a creditable job of impersonating the singer Tina Turner.Overall, the Braintree team worked hard and produced a creditable performance which must be repeated at Lincoln on Saturday.Actually, as your idea formulates and takes creditable shape, the maturing will have occurred.creditable performanceArthur Hill and his friend Peggy Hassard appeared on many of my productions and always gave creditable performances.Overall, the Braintree team worked hard and produced a creditable performance which must be repeated at Lincoln on Saturday.
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