Synonyms for Credit:

n.

imagine, suspect, think, believe in, be a great/firm believer in something, reckon. balance, compliment, brownie points, wealth, assets, a pat on the back, admiration, regard, respect. acquisition, charge card, consumption, continuance, comparison-shop, respite, conspicuous consumption, charge account, brand loyalty, caveat emptor. denouement, comic relief, content, do honor to, ad lib, backstory, reflect well on, aside, contrivance, act, promote, action, redound to the honor of, the credits. alias, cameo, good guy, knowledge, chorus, goodie, extra, bit part, baddy, bad guy. amount, blood money, budget, bankroll, change, bailout, appropriation, cash flow, bond, bounty, give. bank draft, bank rate, Bank book, borrower, bank, BIPS, apr, bank statement, banking. paper, placement, clinic, module, master class, dissertation, graduation, coursework. close, draw, open, borrow, pay in, debit. attribution (noun)
application, ascription, citation, attribution, acknowledgement, imputation, accreditation, assignment, attachment.
communication (noun)
recognition.
credit (noun)
draft, credit entry, citation, deferred payment, tally, account, acknowledgment, course credit, mention, mortgage, loan, quotation, lien, accredit, recognition, tab, reference.
deferred payment arrangement; assets (noun)
balance, lien, respite, tab, loan, trust, mortgage, continuance, wealth, bond.
loan (noun)
lease, advance, pawn, sublet, debt.
property (noun)
assets.
receipt (noun)
income, return, gate, wage, net, remuneration, receipt, gross, compensation, endowment, earnings, dividend, profit, revenue, salary.
recognition (noun)
prestige, honor, reputation, repute, praise.
recognition; trust (noun)
honor, brownie points, acknowledgment, praise.
reputation (noun)
repute.
reputation, status (noun)
regard, repute, prestige.
respect (noun)
honor.

v.

accredit, assign to (verb)
refer, impute.
attribute (verb)
blame, attach, ascribe, attribute, set, accredit, apply, assign, cite, connect, cast, impute, brand, acknowledge, mark, refer, place.
believe (verb)
gather, accept, presume, surmise, give faith, trust, judge, believe, profess, deem, put faith in, hold, assume, affirm, understand, conclude, declare, take for granted, maintain, assent, suppose.
believe, depend on (verb)
deem, think, accept, hold.
cognition (verb)
accredit.
credit (verb)
entrust.

Other synonyms:

compliment, admiration, good guy, reputation, brownie points, baddy, consumption, caveat emptor, praise, comparison-shop, pay in, conspicuous consumption, cameo, bad guy, brand loyalty, charge account, charge card, master class, coursework, bit part, regard. clinic, respect, alias, graduation. module, chorus, paper, placement, extra. draw, bank. open. close. attribute
impute.
believe
take for granted, understand, hold.
Other relevant words:
honor, graduation, course credit, balance, pay in, acknowledgment, module, wealth, brownie points, deferred payment, regard, believe in, admiration, compliment, coursework, think, respite, mention, credit entry, placement, recognition, bond, prestige, respect, continuance, reputation, clinic, reference, extra, draw, open, praise, quotation, assets, repute, bank.

Usage examples for credit

  1. " I do not deserve any credit for that. – The-Circus-Boys-Across-the-Continent-or-Winning-New-Laurels-on-the-Tanbark by Darlington, Edgar B. P.
  2. He gave us credit for being among the best soldiers he had. – A Woman's Life-Work Labors and Experiences by Laura S. Haviland
  3. " Miss Smith," The Author spoke after a pause,- and oh, I give him credit for his courage at that trying moment! – A Woman Named Smith by Marie Conway Oemler