Definition of 'creed'
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No information as to his race or creed is yet forthcoming. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Here was a political leader and a political creed worthy of admiration. THE GUARDSMEN (2004)It was her creed and her religion. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Viewers vote for their favourite dancers irrespective of colour or creed. The Sun (2008)Only by standing together regardless of colour or creed will we be able to stamp out extremism. The Sun (2013)The West saw its future lying in plurality and tolerance between races and creeds. Phoenix From the Flame (1994)It is a methodology, not a political creed. Critical Social Research (1990)Colour, creed and religion were irrelevant. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They are available to all through education regardless of class, colour or creed. The Sun (2011)But humans are not sheep: we do not have to follow any particular political creed or career path. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But our strength came from unity - of political parties and of all the races and creeds that made up our forces. The Sun (2009)I think that's very different from dress or religion or creed. Times, Sunday Times (2014)What we need, he tells us, are not beliefs and creeds and actions. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It is wrong to make sweeping generalisations about any race, creed, or culture. The Sun (2012)We are tolerant in the extreme, accepting all colours, creeds and nationalities. Times, Sunday Times (2011)To them the identities of their victims was an irrelevance by race, colour, religion or creed. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It is why retired sportsmen of all creeds and colours, and from all eras, have longed to test themselves once again. Times, Sunday Times (2009)How can Americans attack him personally when he represents so vividly that to which all creeds, colours and religions of the world may aspire? The Sun (2008)
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Translations for 'creed'
British English: creed NOUN
A creed is a set of beliefs, principles, or opinions that strongly influence the way people live or work.
...their devotion to their creed of self-help.
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