uncreditable

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uncreditable

(ʌnˈkrɛdɪtəbəl)
adj
of ignoble character
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"'Unnatural', 'Unwomanly', 'Uncreditable' and 'Undervalued': The Significance of Being a Childless Woman in Australian Society," Gender Issues 28(4): 226-247.
By making a check-the-box election, certain taxpayers effectively turn uncreditable Sec.
Though this increase was considerably less than the increases of the pre-crisis years, it was not uncreditable, given the level of uncertainty.
Marcy wrote that Beecher's name was being "creditably mentioned in newspapers in regard to Edisto.(77) Scott told Howard on June 26 that "Genl Beecher has been writing numerous letters and publishing them in the Northern Newspapers, in which he makes the most glaring mistatements in regard to his exploits in organizing the labor on the Sea Islands."(78) A very uncreditable notice appeared in the New York Tribune of March 24, 1866, under the heading "Col.