Pronunciation of Creed
/k_ɹ_ˈiː_d/, /kɹˈiːd/, /kɹˈiːd/
Antonyms for creed:
Usage examples for creed:
- By and by there was a formally accepted creed. - "Edward Caldwell Moore Outline of the History of Christian Thought Since Kant", Edward Moore.
- It would be difficult to convince the man that had his mother taught him the creed of the " New Religion" he could have changed all these unfortunate conditions. - "The Heart of the New Thought", Ella Wheeler Wilcox.
- In this point of view a conversion to more rational doctrines would evidently be for the welfare of the Kalmucks; but the change should not be accomplished under the influence of so ignorant and superstitious a clergy as that of the Russian church; for it would be better to leave the Kalmucks to their old creed, and trust to time for their emancipation from the control of their priests. - "Travels in the Steppes of the Caspian Sea, the Crimea, the Caucasus, &c.", Xavier Hommaire de Hell.
Quotes for creed:
Buddhism is not a creed, it is a doubt.– Gilbert K. Chesterton
Rhymes for creed:
- meade, deed, freed, reid, wied, indeed, read, heed, succeed, bleed, proceed, fede, need, secede, misread, supersede, precede, reread, feed, nead, breed, stampede, skied, weed, cede, reseed, seed, mead, teed, snead, steed, lead, plead, knead, walid, tweed, bead, kneed, friede, speed, waleed, fried, bede, rasheed, recede, she'd, keyed, shaheed, brede, he'd, impede, sneed, greed, hamid, dede, leed, screed, reed, rashid, ede, lipide, mislead, misdeed, swede, we'd, saeed;
- concede, accede, gilead, agreed, decreed, exceed, degreed, elide;
- overfeed, guaranteed, disagreed, intercede, aristide;