- n. Plural form of credit card.
“In general, your credit cards will have the highest interest rates of any of your debt and are the first target for any extra debt-reducing cash.”
“Over the course of several weeks the Americans had blown more than one hundred thousand dollars on easily traceable credit cards at hotels such as the ultra-fancy Principe di Savoia, which offers a special room-service menu for dogs.”
“In the bulb's white glow, the face of Gwendolyn Bracegirdle wore an expression of clownish surprise, When Jury opened the billfold, a little waterfall of credit cards spilled down in a long plastic sleeve: Diner's Club, Visa, American Express, one for petrol.”
“As LuLing checked that her money and credit cards were still inside, Ruth noticed what had obscured the purse in the first place: new issues of Woodworking Today, Seventeen, Home Audio and Video, Runner's World, Cosmopolitan, Dog Fancy, Ski, Country Living — magazines her mother would never read in a million years.”
“(For that matter, Mr. Slippery suspected that most banks still looked wistfully back to the days of credit cards and COBOL.)”
“I warned him not to use any of my credit cards and to leave the strawberry Blo-Pops alone.”
“Among its provisions, the law:• Created the consumer protection agency to regulate mortgages, credit cards and other financial products.”
“It took several hours, hunting down phone numbers, following the sequence of e-mails in his virtual out-box, referring to witness statements, and comparing charges on his credit cards with receipts in his physical in-box, before they had the following time line:”
“Tugboats tend to use their credit cards as their “freedom funds.””
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