- solvent condition; ability to pay all just debts.
Origin of solvency
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Examples from the Web for solvency
And as to the future, there are basically only two ways to get to solvency.How to Make Seniors Suspicious of Ryan and Romney
August 22, 2012
Did Bill Kristol and Charles Krauthammer and the folks at AEI lust for a huge philosophical throw down on Medicare solvency?The Only Big Idea Coming Out of the Romney-Ryan Camp Is the Big Lie
August 21, 2012
In the past months, those fears–combined with real concerns about the solvency of Italy–have been intensifying.Don’t Blame Obama for Market Turmoil
September 10, 2011
Not that the U.S. isn't in trouble—the radicalism of the antitax Republicans jeopardized the United States' solvency, he writes.S&P: Debt Downgrade Analysis Was 'Objective'
August 7, 2011
Medicare solvency would require an immediate 21 percent tax increase, or an immediate 17 percent cut in benefits.It’s About Medicare, Stupid!
June 10, 2011
With him, as with the average Frenchman, solvency was an eleventh commandment.In the Heart of Vosges
Thereby the solvency of the German exchequer would be moderately insured.Oswald Langdon
Carson Jay Lee
To discredit one is to injure his reputation, as for veracity or solvency.English Synonyms and Antonyms
James Champlin Fernald
Not merely the home was in danger, but Tom's position and career, also Tom's solvency.Double Harness
One could not be mistaken about the gesture: he had his doubts about my solvency.In the Foreign Legion
- ability to pay all debts
Word Origin and History for solvency
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