The plausibility of an Alawite enclave, meanwhile, has been a subject for debate.
But I can comment on a few aspects of the plausibility of the story.
None of this is even remotely credible; the election was stolen without even a pretense of plausibility.
Can she interpret the works of George Gershwin, Duke Ellington, and Cole Porter with plausibility?
Right now the first key to assessing the plausibility of this discovery is: what would float and what would not?
We may guess with plausibility what we cannot anticipate with confidence.
His arguments bear some plausibility, but they are by no means decisive.
The plausibility of bad art is doubtless contemptible and may be harmful.
There was good sense in this suggestion—there was plausibility in it.
But there certainly seemed to be plausibility in her scheme; at the worst, it would be better than shooting the man outright.
1540s, "acceptable, agreeable," from Latin plausibilis "deserving applause, acceptable," from plaus-, past participle stem of plaudere "to applaud" (see plaudit). Meaning "having the appearance of truth" is recorded from 1560s. Related: Plausibly.