Credit and Dishonor


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Credit noun – An asset that brings praise or renown.
Usage example: your intelligence and dedication are a credit to you, our choice for teacher of the year

Dishonor is an antonym for credit in topics: recognition, reputation, assets.
Nearby Words: creditable, credited, credibility, creditably, creditor
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Dishonor noun – A cause of shame.
Usage example: your expulsion from the military academy for cheating is a dishonor to this family

Credit is an antonym for dishonor in topics: shame, state of shame.
Nearby Words: dishonour, dishonorable, dishonored, dishonoured, dishonoring
Antonyms for Dishonor
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  • Series / Heroes Reborn (2015) Medal of Dishonor: Carlos Gutierrez and a fellow soldier arranged for Carlos to take credit for something the other did, in order to hide the other soldier's use of her power.
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