Example sentences for: discredited

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

  • 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.

  • D'Alema's claim Thursday that "the first NATO operation has induced the Serbs to suspend their military offensive against the civilian population of Kosovo" was thoroughly discredited by reports from journalists on the scene of increased Serb brutality against the Albanian Kosovars.

  • Then he employed the non-apology apology style so favored by discredited Western politicians, expressing his "deepest sorrow if there were any mistakes, failures or shortcomings."

  • But once people read about the physical benefits that accrue from writing, I'm sure that writing clinics will spring up in California, land of all good fads, or if the JAMA study is discredited and writing clinics are outlawed, then they will spring up in Mexico.

  • One early SIDS theory that babies simply stop breathing has been discredited.


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