Definition of plausable
1. plausible [ a ] apparently reasonable and validUsed in print:
(Joyce O. Hertzler, American Social Institutions;...)
His religious_beliefs provide him with plausible explanations for many conditions which cause him great concern , and his religious faith makes possible fortitude , equanimity , and consolation , enabling him to endure colossal misfortune , fear , frustration , uncertainty , suffering , evil , and danger .
(David Stacton, The Judges of the Secret Court....)
He explained his errand , but without bothering much to make it plausible , for he felt something well_up in him which was the reason why he had fled the army .Synonyms plausible Related Terms implausible arguable glib credible
2. plausible [ a ] within the realm of credibility
Examples: "not a very likely excuse" "a plausible story"
3. plausible [ a ] likely but not certain to be or become true or real
Examples: "a likely result" "he foresaw a probable loss"
4. plausible [ a ] appearing to merit belief or acceptance
Examples: "a credible witness" "a plausible story"
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