credit[ kred-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF credit
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CREDIT
And there was the dazzling thought of going to Felix or Doucet with credit unlimited.
The work which we are doing there redounds to our credit as a nation.
Do Ministers deserve no credit for hitting on this critical device?
Faced by failure of credit they have proposed only the lending of more money.
But the District Attorney was not inclined to credit the confession.
Perhaps the angels who keep the great record will put that to her credit.
He felt vaguely that his reluctance did him credit, and that he was improving.
"But I have no credit anywhere and I have no money, yet," said Linda.
"It's to your credit, Mr. McCakeron, that you should hold til a promise," Jeannie was saying.
To Eileen's credit it may be said that she had not been told that a caller was expected.