verb (used with object), mort·gaged, mort·gag·ing.
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Origin of mortgage
OTHER WORDS FROM mortgageo·ver·mort·gage, verb, o·ver·mort·gaged, o·ver·mort·gag·ing.re·mort·gage, verb (used with object), re·mort·gaged, re·mort·gag·ing.sub·mort·gage, nounun·mort·gage, verb (used with object), un·mort·gaged, un·mort·gag·ing.
Example sentences from the Web for mortgage
They worried about paying the mortgage and making sure we graduated.The Myth of the Latino Vote and What Newsrooms Must Learn From 2020|by Perla Trevizo|November 10, 2020|ProPublica
They agree to pay a monthly “covenant fee” of $400, which Allen said helps pay the mortgage.Domestic violence survivors say they were kicked out by the housing program that promised to help them|Rachel Chason, Katie Mettler|October 30, 2020|Washington Post
Players can also use their earnings to pay off the large mortgages they begin the game with.Here’s how to find best turnip prices ever on ‘Animal Crossing’|dzanemorris|October 23, 2020|Fortune
Both parties support more funding for education, coronavirus-related projects, mortgage and rental assistance, and food programs.Stimulus update: Pelosi says a deal could be near, but a vote may not come until after the election|Lance Lambert|October 21, 2020|Fortune
For example, a mortgage loan company might try to charge unfairly high interest rates by framing the decision as being calculated by an algorithm.Hey Google … What Movie Should I Watch Today? How AI Can Affect Our Decisions|TaeWoo Kim|October 21, 2020|Singularity Hub
Her biological and stepparents mortgaged their homes to help cover travel expenses during her four years in prison.
The debt load is so vast that every asset of the club—including its training ground—has been mortgaged.
On the other hand, if they lose their bid to unseat Obama, they will have mortgaged their future for nothing at all.
This has all been done relatively quietly while politicians have mortgaged our futures.
After discovering Celine in 1981, Angelil mortgaged his home to produce her first record.
By the common law nothing could be mortgaged that was not in existence at the time of the mortgage.
Whenever fixtures annexed to real estate retain the character of personal property they may be mortgaged.
When her dower is in mortgaged land, she cannot get possession until the mortgage has been paid.
Any person who is interested in a mortgaged estate has the right to redeem it; heirs, devisees, creditors.
A vessel may be mortgaged, and the federal statutes state how this shall be done.
British Dictionary definitions for mortgage
Derived forms of mortgagemortgageable, adjective
Word Origin for mortgage
Cultural definitions for mortgage
A legal agreement that creates an interest in real estate between a borrower and a lender. Commonly used to purchase homes, mortgages specify the terms by which the purchaser borrows from the lender (usually a bank or a savings and loan association), using his or her title to the house as security for the unpaid balance of the loan.