full credit for


: special attention or notice for having been the only cause of something good that happens
Party leaders took/claimed full credit for the country's progress.

Examples of full credit for in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Perkins dodged personal publicity and gave Roosevelt full credit for the New Deal. Ronald G. Shafer Washington Post, Star Tribune, 21 Apr. 2021 But the senior outside hitter is hesitant to take full credit for his performance, which helped O'Connor finish 44-0. Drew Schott, The Arizona Republic, 14 May 2022 The revisionist history constantly put forward by the left is designed to ensure Ronald Reagan never gets full credit for his accomplishments. WSJ, 6 July 2020 Also note that a U.S. company, Chevron, is the only company in this group to get full credit for a Decarbonization Strategy. Robert G. Eccles, Forbes, 10 Aug. 2022 Galvez requested that Republic Services issue a full credit for all local customers for each month that the strike continues. San Diego Union-Tribune, 11 Jan. 2022 Remember back in 2020 when then-President Trump took full credit for getting the vaccine approved and in use in record time through Operation Warp Speed? Fortune, 9 Nov. 2021 Sanja Gould, a spokeswoman for the coffee chain, balked at taking full credit for the seasonal trend, but did acknowledge the ferocity of pumpkin spice devotees. New York Times, 11 Oct. 2021 The economy had begun to rebound during Reagan’s first term, and the sitting President took full credit for it. Madeleine Carlisle, Time, 20 Apr. 2021

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“Full credit for.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/full%20credit%20for. Accessed 19 Apr. 2024.

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