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Pronunciation: [ɐkɹˈɛdɪtɪd] (IPA)

Accreditation refers to the process through which a certification or recognition is given to a person, organization, or institution. It is an assurance that they have met certain standards set by an accrediting body. Synonyms for the word "accredited" include certified, recognized, endorsed, authorized, approved, licensed, and chartered. These words share the same meaning and are often used interchangeably to indicate that a particular person, organization, or institution has met certain standards and is therefore considered competent and trustworthy in their field. Accreditation is commonly used to indicate a level of excellence or a mark of quality, thus its synonyms carry similar connotations.

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Usage examples for Accredited

The stranger, no matter how well he comes accredited, when he visits a dwelling-house is hospitably entertained, as hospitality is interpreted here; but it is by the master only.
"Due North or Glimpses of Scandinavia and Russia"
Maturin M. Ballou
The fact that every person has a real personal value and an accredited worldly value, and that most effort is directed to making these two values coincide, or appear to do so, put a convenient weapon in her hand.
"The Locusts' Years"
Mary Helen Fee
It won't be from any of the accredited land agencies.
"The Greater Power"
Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton

Famous quotes with Accredited

  • The real duties of an ambassador are to enter into or follow negotiations between his own government and that of the country to which he is accredited.
    David Bruce
  • Fill your mouth with marbles and make a speech. Every day reduce the number of marbles in your mouth and make a speech. You will soon become an accredited public speaker -- as soon as you have lost all your marbles.
    Brooks Hays
  • Aristotle, that histrionic mountebank, who from behind a Greek mask has so long bewitched the Church of Christ, that most cunning juggler of souls, who, if he had not been accredited as human blood and bone, we should have been justified in maintaining to be the veritable devil.
    Aristotle
  • It is the property of every Hero, in every time, in every place and situation, that he come back to reality; that he stand upon things, and not shows of things. According as he loves, and venerates, articulately or with deep speechless thought, the awful realities of things, so will the hollow shows of things, however regular, decorous, accredited by Koreishes or Conclaves, be intolerable and detestable to him.
    Thomas Carlyle
  • To the modern Western mind, it is not conceivable that men would fight and die in such numbers over mere differences of religion; there have to be some other “genuine” reasons underneath the religious veil. We are prepared to allow religiously defined conflicts to accredited eccentrics like the Northern Irish, but to admit that an entire civilization can have religion as its primary loyalty is too much. Even to suggest such a thing is regarded as offensive by liberal opinion, always ready to take protective umbrage on behalf of those whom it regards as its wards. This is reflected in the present inability, political, journalistic, and scholarly alike, to recognize the importance of the factor of religion in the current affairs of the Muslim world and in the consequent recourse to the language of left-wing and right-wing, progressive and conservative, and the rest of the Western terminology, the use of which in explaining Muslim political phenomena is about as accurate and as enlightening as an account of a cricket match by a baseball correspondent.
    Bernard Lewis

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