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View synonyms for savings bank

savings bank

noun

  1. a bank that receives savings accounts only and pays interest to its depositors.


savings bank

noun

  1. a bank that accepts the savings of depositors and pays interest on them
  2. a container, usually having a slot in the top, for saving coins


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Word History and Origins

Origin of savings bank1

First recorded in 1810–20
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Example Sentences

Northup, if he ever existed, must have been laughing all the way to the Hoosick Savings Bank in Rensselaer County.

Richard Parsons, the former CEO of Dime Savings Bank and Time Warner, who had a short stint as chairman of Citigroup, had one.

After all, Russia just privatised $5.2bn of shares in Sberbank, the state savings bank.

A savings bank is not a true bank of deposit, providing circulating credit.

He was one of the originators of the New York historical society, and of the Savings bank.

To be assistant cashier of the Coldriver Savings Bank was to have achieved both social and business success.

A bank close by St Stephen's church claims to have originated in the first savings-bank established in England .

It is flanked with a doctor's shop and a money-lending establishment; with a savings bank and a solicitor's office.

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