verb (used without object), be·lieved, be·liev·ing.
verb (used with object), be·lieved, be·liev·ing.
- to be persuaded of the truth or existence of: to believe in Zoroastrianism; to believe in ghosts.
- to have faith in the reliability, honesty, benevolence, etc., of: I can help only if you believe in me.
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Examples from the Web for believability
There are many possibilities, with varying degrees of believability.
Experiences of unlove are to them unbelievable and point, fundamentally and finally, to the necessity and believability of love.Herein is Love|Reuel L. Howe
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In addition to the idioms beginning with believe
- believe it or not
- believe one's ears
- lead one to believe
- make believe
- you'd better believe it
Also seeseeing is believing.