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British pronunciation/bɪlˈiːvəbə‍l/
American pronunciation/bəˈɫivəbəɫ/
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describing something that is possible and therefore can be believed

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The plot of the movie was believable, with characters and situations that felt realistic.
The scientist presented a believable explanation for the unusual phenomenon, backed by empirical evidence.
The witness provided a believable account of the events, supported by corroborating testimony.
The alibi provided by the suspect seemed believable, but further investigation revealed inconsistencies.
The rumor circulating around the office was not believable, lacking credible sources or evidence.
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