No longer does it constitute a reliable, middle class-based alternative to the corporatist mindset of the Republicans.
Mubarak conjured up the reliable boogeyman in an interview with Christiane Amanpour last week.
On CNN's reliable Sources, Gibbs sat down with Howard Kurtz to discuss how he came to join the Twitterati.
On reliable Sources the panel discussed why the media took so long to cover the contraception mandate controversy.
Rare events simple cannot be predicted in a reliable fashion.
They were all reliable servants, and were devoted to their past and present masters.
He knows that if I am not very quick or brilliant I am fairly steady and reliable.
In answer to queries sent to a part of Roscommon, I received the following replies from a reliable source: Query.
He is widely known through the city as a good and reliable man.
The most reliable indication of public purpose in this country is derived through our popular elections.
1560s, raliabill, Scottish; see rely + -able. Not common before 1850; and sometimes execrated thereafter in Britain as an Americanism because it involves a use of -able different from its use in provable, etc., but defended (by OED, Century Dictionary, etc.) on grounds of use of the suffix in available, laughable, etc.. Related: Reliably.