Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


The guard treated him unfairly, lied about him to the warden, lost his credits, persecuted him.

And soon Plato was richer by fifteen credits, instead of the ten or twelve he had hoped for.

Mr. Grant had gone to an Indian lodge to receive his credits.

There must have been over two thousand credits in the wallet.

He took the sack of credits and tossed it toward a drawer, uncounted.

Provided the first shipment carries the most we can get for the credits I brought.

"I could loan you a couple of credits, Frank," Belle said, brightly.

There are several other forms of travellers' credits in use.

The purpose of the clearing-house is largely to facilitate the transfer of credits.

A business man's ledger is a very valuable history of credits.