credonoun [ C ]uk /ˈkreɪ.dəʊ/ us /ˈkriː.doʊ/ plural credos formal
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- For twenty-five centuries it has been the "credo" of the profession, and in many universities it is still the formula with which men are admitted to the doctorate.
- The word "creed"—derived from the Latin " credo, I believe"—is, in its ecclesiastical sense, used to denote a summary or concise statement of doctrines formulated and accepted by a church.
- To those who love the poets most, who care most for their ideals, this little book ought to be the one indispensable book of devotion, the credo of the poetic faith.