verb (used with object), cre·den·tialed, cre·den·tial·ing or especially British cre·den·tialled, cre·den·tial·ling.
Words nearby credential
Origin of credential
OTHER WORDS FROM credentialun·cre·den·tialed, adjective
Examples from the Web for credential
At one point in time, there was a code of conduct: creed and credential.CeeLo and Goodie Mob on Their Comeback, Kanye West’s ‘Emotional Problems,’ More|Marlow Stern|August 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Students with more experience do better--but need the credential less.
Especially to the extent that this helps drive a lot of additional spending on said credential.
Now, of course, I don't think that education is only a credential.
The credential of having a lot of Washington, D.C., experience is not “a calling card” among voters any more.How Mitt Romney Can Defeat Rick Santorum for GOP Nomination|Ben Jacobs|February 15, 2012|DAILY BEAST
In some towns the credential is that the family shall employ a "hired girl."Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great, Volume 11 (of 14)|Elbert Hubbard
When the convention assembles for the second session, the first business is the report of the credential committee.Citizenship|Emma Guy Cromwell
If my onion is good as a credential, I'll accept the invitation gladly.Options|O. Henry
Beauty of itself is not a credential—rather it is an object of suspicion, unless it goes with intellect.Little Journeys To The Homes Of Great Teachers|Elbert Hubbard
Somebody said he was in the hall a moment ago, on a Ripton credential.Mr. Crewe's Career, Complete|Winston Churchill