Which preposition to use with credible

to Occurrences 13%

And if you believe in the living God, whose providence ordereth all things in heaven and earth, that account will seem reasonable and credible to you.

in Occurrences 6%

The freer custom of the age, freer to an extent hardly credible in this, will not satisfy the lovers of Hamlet, although it must have some weight.

of Occurrences 4%

Amphilocus, a contemporary soothsayer, who accompanied the Epigoni in the first Theban war, had a similar oracle at Mallos, in Cilicia, which Pausanias asserts, even at the close of the second century, to have been the most credible of his age; it is also mentioned by Dion Cassius, in his history of Commodus.

than Occurrences 4%

Is not the evidence of the witness Fanning, that Hill urged Birchill to carry out the burglary after Sir Horace had gone to sleep, more credible than Hill's statement that he endeavoured to induce Birchill to abandon the proposed crime?

as Occurrences 2%

And it seems questionable whether we have enough formal "belief" nowadays to allow of such a story appearing as solid and as vividly credible as epic poetry needs.

by Occurrences 1%

But verses which make us feel the marvel afreshthe marvel visible and credible by the depth of its heart of glorymake us at the same time easily forget the discord in themselves.

at Occurrences 1%

The thing was not credible at first: that here, dead as a stone, lay the shell of that life that had been his own salvation.

until Occurrences 1%

And at every gate is a marvel not credible until beholden.'

unto Occurrences 1%

And truly, I do mind how that the observings of the Maid did bring very keen to me how that there had past but seventeen days since that I did go onward from this place; and this to seem very strange and scarce credible unto me; for I had thought it, somewise, as a great time; and truly this to be because it was so marked by stress of the mind and great happenings; and you to agree in this thing.

with Occurrences 1%

But when they insist on an alternative to their respective theories, I suggest Puck as at least equally credible with Satan, Shakespeare, or the parrot-cry of imposture.

Which preposition to use with  credible