Definition of 'accredited'
Example sentences containing 'accredited'
So WCN has this little arrangement with Cook's to provide a cash float to anyone who's on their list of accredited employees.THE TOUCH OF INNOCENTS
An accredited diplomat, he was clever, well-read and interested in the arts, as one would expect from someone in such a post.A MATTER OF CONSCIENCE
Her father, as an accredited photographer, might even be recording the scene on film and in as much danger as the fighting men.THE HARDIE INHERITANCE
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