Liberty bond


noun
  1. a single Liberty loan bond.

Origin of Liberty bond

1
First recorded in 1915–20

Words Nearby Liberty bond

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How to use Liberty bond in a sentence

  • He supposed he could sell his Liberty bond as Melville was planning to do and use that money instead of the sum he had laid by.

    Paul and the Printing Press | Sara Ware Bassett
  • He had not had the least notion of precipitating such a crisis when he had inquired about selling his Liberty bond.

    Paul and the Printing Press | Sara Ware Bassett
  • These certificates are perhaps better adapted to persons of small means than a Liberty bond.

  • I am not subscribing for this $50 Liberty bond to please you, explained a woman, as doleful as she is wealthy.

  • Like a Liberty bond, it is an investment, not a loss, when a man dies for his country.

    Huts in Hell | Daniel A. Poling