an office for making loans or receiving payments on loans.
a public office for receiving subscriptions to a government loan.
a pawnbroker's shop.
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How to use loan office in a sentence
A recent Government Accountability Office report found that the department’s student loan office has approximately 700 fewer workers than it needs to manage a program that has greatly increased in size and complexity over the last 10 years.Restarting student loan payments could be a chaotic disaster | Kevin Carey | December 20, 2021 | Vox
After some haggling the devil proposed that Tom should start a loan office in Boston and use Kidd's money in exacting usury.Myths And Legends Of Our Own Land, Complete | Charles M. Skinner
But the Fickle Goddess at last forsook him, and under another name he started a bogus loan office in Brussels.The Great War in England in 1897 | William Le Queux
She brought me word they had no such sum to spare; I said they might mortgage their house in the loan-office.Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin | Benjamin Franklin
As to your loan office certificates, you would do well to commit them to some correspondent in America.The Writings of Thomas Jefferson | Thomas Jefferson
For anyone who knows how to observe and divine, says M. Alfred Delvau, the public of a loan office is very interesting.Old and New Paris, v. 2 | Henry Sutherland Edwards