For example we burst a tyre within a mile of Credence Green, and, to save time, walked into the beautifully kept little village.
Only an initiated few spend their holidays at Credence Green, and they have trained the householders to keep the place select.
But still John Clayton, Lord Greystoke, stood deaf and unseeing, suffering the pangs of keen regret for the opportunity that he had wasted because he had been so gullible as to place credence
in a single statement of the first lieutenant of his arch-enemy.
Du Guesclin gazed round the tapestried room, at the screens, the tables, the abace, the credence
, the buffet with its silver salver, and the half-circle of friendly, wondering faces.
Nobody who knows me would believe this story of the ring; but it may suit the purpose, or gratify the hatred of Mr Ralph Nickleby to feign to attach credence
Geoffrey may or may not have intended his astonishing story to be seriously accepted, but in fact it was received with almost universal credence
Nor, could you have read the thoughts which passed through that active, healthy brain, the longings and desires and aspirations which the sight of Teeka inspired, would you have been any more inclined to give credence
to the reality of the origin of the ape-man.
You are the slave to the opinions which have credence
among the people you have known and have read about.
It seems to me that his story may gain credence
from the very fact of our being discovered in this extraordinary place.
But, then, the thought darted across his mind that it was barely eleven o'clock; and that many people were still in the streets: of whom surely some might be found to give credence
to his tale.
Cluppins worthy of credence
they would believe it, and, if they didn't, why, they wouldn't.
Graham Siddall, president and CEO of Credence