Among his other credentials, Thompson is “active in the Central Florida Tea Party Patriots.”
According to Iskandar, “he suddenly became a major figure without the credentials.”
Gavison by no means belongs to the far left, and her Zionist credentials are impeccable.
First, his credentials: He did international mergers and acquisitions at Lazard, a financial and asset management firm.
Some will even lose the credentials to exercise their ordained ministry.
It is thus that I have seen it stated in the credentials granted to the said Fleuche, first Patriarch of those lands.
He could show his credentials at a moment's notice with proud defiance.
Upon the call of Counties by the Secretary the delegates presented their credentials and took their seats.
"I think that first, perhaps, I should look at your credentials," Vard suggested.
Have I–er–left anything unsaid in presenting my credentials to you this morning?
"letters entitling the bearer to certain credit or confidence," 1670s, from Medieval Latin credentialis, from credentia (see credence). Probably immediately as a shortening of letters credential (1520s, with French word order); earlier was letter of credence (mid-14c.).
"that which entitles to credit," 1756, probably a back-formation from credentials. Earlier in English as an adjective, "confirming, corroborating" (late 15c.). As a verb, "provide with credentials," by 1828 (implied in dredentialed).