verb (used with object), hy·poth·e·cat·ed, hy·poth·e·cat·ing.
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Origin of hypothecate1
OTHER WORDS FROM hypothecatehy·poth·e·ca·tion, nounhy·poth·e·ca·tor, noun
Definition for hypothecate (2 of 2)
verb (used with or without object), hy·poth·e·cat·ed, hy·poth·e·cat·ing.
Origin of hypothecate2
OTHER WORDS FROM hypothecatehy·poth·e·cat·er, noun
Example sentences from the Web for hypothecate
He told briefly the details of the transaction; even the hypothecation of the Parsons bonds.Unleavened Bread|Robert Grant
His credit was almost unlimited, and he could always raise as much money as he liked on an hypothecation of next year's wool.Station Amusements|Lady Barker
He raised money for immediate needs by hypothecation of the state securities.Civil War and Reconstruction in Alabama|Walter L. Fleming
Dettermain and Newson had declined to undertake the hypothecation of his annuity.The Adventures of Harry Richmond, Complete|George Meredith