Example sentences for: discredited

How can you use “discredited” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Errors, distorted emphases, discredited theories, internal inconsistencies, and outright prejudice permeate Buchanan's book right from the beginning.

  • Analysts concluded the company didn't want to risk damage awards by tear-jerked juries and that the plaintiffs didn't want to risk being discredited by further studies.

  • Thus, by the end of their introduction, they have arranged matters so that if intelligence has any meaning at all, the idiotic liberals stand discredited; and meanwhile, extremely broad claims for intelligence have the cover of "consensus."

  • It's inconceivable that Bush and his staff don't know the Bernall story has been discredited; Bush's speechwriter, Mike Gerson, was until a few months ago a journalist , for Pete's sake.

  • This rather pleasing etymology stood for a while but was discredited when R.M.W. Dixon failed to find an etymon in a Queensland language, despite a brave attempt to locate the origin in a putative Jagara word which was glossed as wandering white man.


How many words do you know? Try our free vocabulary size test!


Search

Search for example sentences

Loading Loading...
Quantcast