Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of credit card.

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Examples

  • 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.

    MORE WEALTH WITHOUT RISK

  • 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.

    The Longest War

  • 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.

    the dirty duck

  • 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.

    The Bonesetter's Daughter

  • (For that matter, Mr. Slippery suspected that most banks still looked wistfully back to the days of credit cards and COBOL.)

    True Names

  • I warned him not to use any of my credit cards and to leave the strawberry Blo-Pops alone.

    Undead and Unworthy

  • Among its provisions, the law:• Created the consumer protection agency to regulate mortgages, credit cards and other financial products.

    GOP uses budget, other tools to weaken financial overhaul

  • 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:

    The Beekeeper's Apprentice

  • Tugboats tend to use their credit cards as their “freedom funds.”

    Thin, Rich and Happy

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