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Accredit   /əkrˌɛdət/   Listen
Accredit

verb
(past & past part. accredited; pres. part. accrediting)
1.
Grant credentials to.  Synonyms: recognise, recognize.  "Recognize an academic degree"
2.
Provide or send (envoys or embassadors) with official credentials.
3.
Ascribe an achievement to.  Synonym: credit.



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"Accredit" Quotes from Famous Books



... understood as resuscitations from a deathlike trance, should be welcomed by unprejudiced historical critics, as redeeming portions of the ancient record from mistaken disparagement as legendary. That further study may accredit as facts, or at least as founded on facts, some other marvels in that record cannot, except by arrant dogmatism, be pronounced improbable. Nevertheless, it cannot be expected that the legendary element, which both the Old and the New ...
— Miracles and Supernatural Religion • James Morris Whiton



Words linked to "Accredit" :   certify, licence, appoint, charge, assign, recognise, ascribe, license, Foreign Service, attribute, impute



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