believable

All Adjective
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  • The way they trade lines is believable and their body language seems very natural.
  • I thought it would make a much more effective movie and be much more believable.
  • Some of the make-believe appears believable when you stay in-world over a period of time.
  • He also read accounts from real life land girls to make sure his stories were believable.
  • Each actor brought in their own personality to make the characters more believable.
  • Who would have thought that scene believable two years before? Cited from Letters from France, by C. E. W. Bean
  • This helped her discover elements that made the scene feel real and believable.
  • I worked on it a lot to make it sound real and to make it sound believable.
  • It's a question of creating another world, believable in its own right.
  • I feel the less you project of yourself the more you can be believable as a character.
  • If the audience does not find the character believable, then the actor has failed in their performance.
  • Each one is believable and I'm in love with every single one of them.
  • As it is it is so strong that anything you might put on paper would not be believable. Cited from Boy Scouts in a Submarine, by G. Harvey Ralphson
  • One simply has more of a trust/believable factor than the other.
  • He didn't stop to question what was believable and what wasn't. Cited from Operation Terror, by William Fitzgerald Jenkins
  • They seem quite believable to me, or at least offer significant possibility.
  • A performance should be believable for an audience so that they may appear to the audience as truth.
  • He would cross class lines all over the place, and each of his characters was remarkably believable.
  • He stated that although both candidates told lies, the candidate that won told the more believable lie.
  • The most difficult part for casting the series involved finding people who would be believable as a family.
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