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Synonyms for loan

to supply (money), especially on credit

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That was proved by the very handsome way in which he had behaved in the matter of a small loan when, looking in at the casino after parting from Ruth, he had found Mr Warden in sore straits for want of a little capital to back a brand-new system which he had conceived through closely observing the run of the play.
We shall wait for you twelve months from to-day, here in this place," said Robin, shaking him by the hand; "and then you will repay us the loan, if you have been prospered.
How vast the total sum appears Of all the kindnesses I've done, From Childhood's half-forgotten years Down to that Loan of April One
Clare would not accept the loan of the farmer's vehicle for a further distance than to the outskirts of the Vale, and, sending it back with the man who had driven him, he put up at an inn, and next day entered on foot the region wherein was the spot of his dear Tess's birth.
It was on one of these visits that he came to me and asked for the loan of two hundred francs.
it was two or three weeks old, dated from some road in Surbiton, and refused a loan of five pounds.
And you are too good a businessman to loan money for buried treasure seeking, or to loan money without security--unless you had some special object in view.
Up to that time I never had had in my possession so much money as one hundred dollars at a time, and the loan which I had asked General Marshall for seemed a tremendously large sum to me.
Most of the servants in our street have had the loan of him to be photographed with, and I have but now seen him stalking off for that purpose with a proud little housemaid who is looking up to him as if he were a warrior for whom she had paid a shilling.
said the Wizard, "will somebody please loan me a handkerchief?
Lynde's quilts, and hoped that the loan of them might be accounted unto her for righteousness.
I have taken a quart of a million of your war loan and I shall take the sam amount of your next one.
I was thinking that if--a--if--hang it all, until you could communicate with your friends, my agents at Sydney could advance you a loan, temporary you see, why I'd be only too glad and all the rest, you know.
If your brother wants to look on it as a loan, all right.
Instead of taking it, he politely places his winnings in her hand, and begs her to accept the loan as a favour to himself.