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accredited
officially authorized or recognized provided with credentials
credence
belief as to the truth of something
credentials
documents, letters, references, etc. , that inspire belief or trust
credible
believable
credit
belief; faith, trust
credulous
too ready to believe, easily deceived
creed or credo
summary of principles believed in or adhered to
discredit (v)
1. cast doubt on; refuse to believe
2. take trust or credit away from; disgrace
discredit (n)
loss of belief or trust; damage to one's reputation; disgrace
incredible
not believable
incredulity
disbelief
affidavit
sworn written statement made before an authorized official
bona fide
made or carried out in good faith; genuine
confidant
one to whom secrets are entrusted
confident
having faith in oneself; self-reliant; sure
confidential
communicated in trust; secret; private
diffident
lacking faith in oneself; timid; shy
fidelity
1. faithfulness to a trust or vow
2. accurcacy; faithfulness of sound reproduction
fiduciary
1. held in trust
2. confidential
infidel
one who does not accept a particular faith; unbeliever
perfidious
false to a trust; faithless
perfidy
violation of trust; treachery; faithlessness; disloyalty