uncredible

Related to uncredible: meticulously, Quib

uncredible

(ʌnˈkrɛdɪbəl)
adj
archaic not able to be believed
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These claims however cannot be independently verified by International Business Times due to uncredible sources.
(Admitted to practice: 2003) Marcellus provided uncredible testimony regarding his dissolution of marriage and he failed to abide by the final order on the petition for dissolution of marriage with respect to the marital home.
Unfortunately mistakes like these make the organisation uncredible. They shot themselves in the foot with this move.
I don't have evidence, credible or uncredible," he stressed.
The investigators had previously criticized Townsend as an uncredible witness in their investigation, but found his response when confronted with the allegations consistent and credible.
Yet even this incredible, uncredible president turns out to be more truthful at times than his lawyers.
But the inquiry also heard that German authorities thought the information they had been given by D3 was "uncredible".
Clover the Uncredible, which he's currently working on, will be his first book as authorstrator since Boo Hoo Bird.
Titled e Uncredible Shrinking Man, it was shown on BBC 1 and 2, ITV and Channel 5 on Wednesday evening and is available on YouTube.
Similarly, before adolescent students can aptly evaluate nuances, they should first examine distinctly credible and uncredible sources.
"The children have got to figure out what to do and then work together to make her move," said owner Paka The Uncredible, who named the dragon after his 11-year-old daughter.
Francis Gelibter, Orange Armenia CEO said: Modern technologies develop with an uncredible speed, and their usage in the everyday life allows not only to make easy people s life, make distances shorter, but also stimulate social, cultural, scientific development, make people be always informed.