GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The ability and fidelity of merchants or others who owe largely in a community.
- adj. See under Credit.
“So much did this drama dominate the summer headlines that the president got virtually no public credit for the overwhelming congressional approval of the most comprehensive international trade deal in history, the Tokyo Round accords, whose negotiations had been rescued from stasis by Carters dynamic trade representative, Robert Strauss.”
“‘I Have done the deed!’ you may cry out like Macbeth, and with equal horror—‘I have murdered the public credit as she slept—I have murdered her, being my guest!’”
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