Third-person singular simple present indicative form of creed. (verb)
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Use "creeds" in a sentence
"Yet so inconsistent is human nature, so given to forms which it calls creeds, that when I afterwards put on the surplice and read prayers to my adopted people, he counted it as great a defection as taking to saddle and spur."
"The difference between the two creeds is noteworthy."
"The principles of the oracles of God brought into a little compass in creeds and catechisms have, like the beams of the sun contracted in a burning glass, conveyed divine light and heat with a wonderful power."