mortgage

All Noun Verb
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  • All nine schools were eventually closed following the taking out of large mortgages.
  • Her house was so heavily mortgaged that she could no longer hold it. Cited from After Long Years, Trans. S. A. Miller/A. M. Dunne
  • In the common law it is possible to place a mortgage upon real property.
  • In order to pay it, he has taken out a mortgage on his farm.
  • Our place is heavily mortgaged, and will eventually be sold away from us. Cited from What Can She Do?, by Edward Payson Roe
  • For the first time in its history the old King place was mortgaged. Cited from Play the Game!, by Ruth Comfort Mitchell
  • Before I went we had mortgaged things to help me through the University. Cited from The Trumpeter Swan, by Temple Bailey
  • I have a mortgage and child support that I have to pay each month.
  • If ready money is not on hand for the work the church property may be mortgaged. Cited from A Canadian Manor and Its Seigneurs, by George M. Wrong
  • Nearly half the homes in the county were worth less than their mortgages.
  • Most of his country was mortgaged, and he had no chance of holding real royal power.
  • This gave new land to be mortgaged for the security of paper money. Cited from Fiat Money Inflation in France, by A. White
  • Mortgages were becoming more accessible and more people than ever before bought their first home.
  • This practice is very much like our method of mortgaging our lands. Cited from Round-about Rambles in Lands of Fact and Fancy, Frank Richard Stockton
  • If I needed more money, I mortgaged my home and paid it back. Cited from Slave Narratives: Arkansas Narratives, Part 3, by Work Projects Admin.
  • We occupied them, one after the other, but they were mortgaged, and we lost them. Cited from Complete Prose Works, by Walt Whitman
  • With his time thus mortgaged, he thought his help to his mother was far less than it might be. Cited from Down the Ravine, Charles Egbert Craddock
  • If I had, that certainly would have paid the mortgage for a few years!
  • However, at least five votes would be needed before any mortgage could actually be bought out.
  • Then we had no team, no money to get a team with, and our place was mortgaged. Cited from The Bark Covered House, by William Nowlin
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Synonyms of mortgage

Meaning of mortgage

  • noun A conditional conveyance of property as security for the repayment of a loan
  • verb Put up as security or collateral