noun, plural cre·dos.
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Origin of credo
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Example sentences from the Web for credo
The solarpunk credo is to grow the new world in the soil exposed by the widening cracks of the old world.Solarpunk Is Growing a Gorgeous New World in the Cracks of the Old One|Carin Ism|September 6, 2020|Singularity Hub
If they had a credo to live by, it was “Ride Hard, Die Fast.”
The two masters declare their credo: “A trial is preparation, preparation, preparation, and meticulous execution.”
Credit—which stems from the Latin root “credo,” meaning belief—is very emotional and dependent on psychology.
The "say anything" credo of the Romney campaign continues and mushrooms.
Indian or non-Indian,” he said, what counted was that everyone practiced the simple credo of “love thy neighbor.‘Domestic Terrorism’ Kills Six in Oak Creek Sikh Temple|Ben Jacobs|August 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The priest said the Exaudi nos, exhorted the insensible figure, then recited the Credo and the Litany, the sacristan responding.Lazarre|Mary Hartwell Catherwood
Beethoven used this figure for the Credo of his first mass, which he chanced to be composing at the time.The Life of Ludwig van Beethoven, Volume II (of 3)|Alexander Wheelock Thayer
Some hurried sketches belonging to the Credo are found amongst the remarks of his friends, and also sketches for the Agnus Dei.
The Allegro molto which enters in the Credo at the words et ascendit is shorter in the autograph than in the printed edition.
That his mind was full of his Mass is indicated by the somewhat irrelevant quotation from the text of the Credo.