deposit


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Synonyms for deposit

Synonyms for deposit

to put down, especially in layers, by a natural process

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to place (money) in a bank

a partial or initial payment

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matter that settles on a bottom or collects on a surface by a natural process

Synonyms for deposit

the phenomenon of sediment or gravel accumulating

matter that has been deposited by some natural process

the natural process of laying down a deposit of something

money deposited in a bank or some similar institution

a partial payment made at the time of purchase

money given as security for an article acquired for temporary use

Related Words

a payment given as a guarantee that an obligation will be met

the act of putting something somewhere

put, fix, force, or implant

put into a bank account

put (something somewhere) firmly

References in classic literature ?
And what an amount of degradation is implied by the sedimentary deposits of many countries
But if, as some geologists suppose, a range of older rocks underlies the Weald, on the flanks of which the overlying sedimentary deposits might have accumulated in thinner masses than elsewhere, the above estimate would be erroneous; but this source of doubt probably would not greatly affect the estimate as applied to the western extremity of the district.
Scarcely any fact struck me more when examining many hundred miles of the South American coasts, which have been upraised several hundred feet within the recent period, than the absence of any recent deposits sufficiently extensive to last for even a short geological period.
On the other hand, as long as the bed of the sea remained stationary, thick deposits could not have been accumulated in the shallow parts, which are the most favourable to life.
On the other hand, during subsidence, the inhabited area and number of inhabitants will decrease (excepting the productions on the shores of a continent when first broken up into an archipelago), and consequently during subsidence, though there will be much extinction, fewer new varieties or species will be formed; and it is during these very periods of subsidence, that our great deposits rich in fossils have been accumulated.
It was like the cask of Danaides into which the public had been pleased to pour its deposits.
The deposits you understand--the savings of Thrift.
No--no--it is not that--I gave the notes myself; but he removed the deposits, I tell you.
To think of his removing your deposits, just as you wanted them so much yourself
I'm sure it MUST be unconstitutional for a president to remove your father's deposits.
Long before the public had ceased to talk about the removal of the deposits, Mr.
Since the lack of a deposit will permit owners to obtain a judgement of possession without the tenant having a trial, it "rubs against the grain of the housing court judges," said Mitofsky.
Spreading the FICO payments over a large deposit base would avoid the vicious circle of shrinkage, perverse incentives and record-high premium rates," he said.
THE FINAL BILL FOR THE S&L CRISIS is being tallied up, and like the bar tab for a drunken night on the town, it is simultaneously sobering and stomach-churning: at least $200 billion in government funds to pay depositors' claims against the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and the now-defunct Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation.
We have demonstrated that the assessment of foreign deposits and non-deposit liabilities could raise substantial revenue for the FDIC, while simultaneously lowering the budget deficit," Hawkins added.