Origin of installment1
Related formsre·in·stal·ment, noun
Definition for instalment (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for instalment
They will accept Lord John Russell's measure as an instalment, but nothing more.
He proposes to complete a series, of which his Shakespeare and Chapman was an instalment, on "the canon of Shakespeare."
Mr. Gladstone read the first instalment of this book 'with repeated regrets.'
You ask a debtor when he comes before you on a second instalment of a debt: “But you managed to pay the first instalment?”The Law and the Poor|Edward Abbott Parry
The first instalment of emergency war legislation was completed before the adjournment (Aug. 10) of both Houses as follows.The Annual Register 1914|Anonymous