|Noah Webster's Dictionary|
1. (v.) To destroy confidence or trust in; to cause disbelief in the accuracy of; as, to discredit a source.
2. (n.) Hence, some degree of dishonor or disesteem; ill repute; reproach; -- applied to persons or things.
3. (v. t.) To refuse credence to; not to accept as true; to disbelieve; as, the report is discredited.
4. (v. t.) To deprive of credibility
5. (v. t.) To deprive of credit or good repute; to bring reproach upon; to make less reputable; to disgrace.
Discredit (4 Occurrences)
Acts 19:27 Now not only there is danger for us that our business come into discredit, but also that the temple of the great goddess Artemis be counted for nothing, and that her greatness should be destroyed whom the whole of Asia and the world reveres. (DBY NIV)
2 Corinthians 6:3 We endeavour to give people no cause for stumbling in anything, lest the work we are doing should fall into discredit. (WEY NAS NIV)
2 Corinthians 8:20 We are avoiding this, that any man should blame us concerning this abundance which is administered by us. (See NAS)
Nehemiah 6:13 For this cause was he hired, that I should be afraid, and do so, and sin, and that they might have matter for an evil report, that they might reproach me. (See NIV)