Believable [adjective]

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Sentence/Example of Believable:

Kassebaum’s decision to publicly back Bollier over GOP congressman Roger Marshall is a coup for Democrats who believe they have a chance at flipping the conservative state.

The action, they believe, would require moderate Democrats to decide whether they want Pelosi as speaker, putting them on the spot at a moment of internal tension.

Sedition, if the Times report about Barr’s views is to be believed.

Meanwhile, a pair of events have generated enormous excitement among those who believe that aliens might already be among us.

The vaccines are going to be, I believe, announced very soon.

One tweet claimed coronavirus numbers were intentionally inflated, adding, “It’s hard to know what to believe.”

Despite the recent rapid growth of LinkedIn, he believes there’s still more to eke out of the platform.

We believe that we provide the government with well-designed, well-manufactured, high-quality product.

We must also commend Harris for supplying a consistent and relatively believable motivation for the main action.

St. Jerome's love 'pale with midnight prayer' would be more believable than the butterfly Dora.