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  1. accredited

    That is authentic which is true to the facts; that is genuine which is true to its own claims; as, authentic history; genuine money.

    A 'genuine' work is one written by the author whose name it bears; an 'authentic' work is one which relates truthfully the matters of which it treats. For example, the apocryphal Gospel of St. Thomas is neither 'genuine' nor 'authentic.' It is not 'genuine,' for St. Thomas did not write it; it is not 'authentic,' for its contents are mainly fables and lies.

    Trench On the Study of Words lect. vi, p. 189. [W. J. Widdleton]

    Authentic is, however, used by reputable writers as synonymous with genuine, tho usually where genuineness carries a certain authority. We speak of accepted conclusions, certain evidence, current money, genuine letters, a legitimate conclusion or legitimate authority, original manuscripts, real value, received interpretation, sure proof, a true statement, a trustworthy witness, a veritable discovery.

    Synonyms:
    accepted, authentic, authoritative, authorized, certain, current, genuine, legitimate, original, real, received, reliable, sure, true, trustworthy, veritable

    Antonyms:
    apocryphal, baseless, counterfeit, disputed, exploded, fabulous, false, fictitious, spurious, unauthorized

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  1. accredited

    Synonyms:
    authorized, commissioned, acknowledged, confidential, trusted

    Antonyms:
    unauthorized, unacknowledged, distrusted

Princeton's WordNet

  1. accredited, commissioned, licensed, licencedadjective

    given official approval to act

    "an accredited college"; "commissioned broker"; "licensed pharmacist"; "authorized representative"

    Synonyms:
    licensed, commissioned, licenced

    Antonyms:
    unauthorised, unauthorized

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How to use accredited in a sentence?

  1. Susie Lupert:

    Parents need to do their research and make sure they are choosing a camp that at the minimum is regulated and that in our opinion should be accredited with American Camp Association.

  2. Alejandro Cremades:

    Nowadays, startups on average raise, at a seed stage, in the neighborhood of $2 million. The fact that startups will have a limit of $1 million per year will either force them to be under capitalized or conduct another type of offering in parallel to doing a Title 3 to raise the remaining capital from accredited investors, which means more costs from a legal perspective.

  3. John Morton:

    Accredited centers also have the multidisciplinary team, with experts in psychology and nutrition, for example, to better take care of patients after surgery, it’s the whole culture, frankly.

  4. Anupam Jena:

    They have a lot at stake if they don’t get accredited by the Joint Commission, and they also have the resources to mobilize their staff hospital-wide to respond.

  5. Loreen Gilbert:

    There are even cruises you can take, as long it’s through an accredited institution, you have lots of ways to legally use the money.


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