noun, plural sub·treas·ur·ies.
- subtractive color,
- subtractive process,
- subtropical high,
Origin of subtreasury
Examples from the Web for subtreasury
The receipts of subsidiary counterfeit coins at the subtreasury at New York have been in recent times inconsequential.Disputed Handwriting|Jerome B. Lavay
I have already said that the subtreasury will reduce the quantity of money in circulation.
The question of the continuance of the subtreasury system is respectfully submitted to the wisdom of Congress.A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents,|James D. Richardson
We'll pool issue, and say, we'll make those Federal Oil pikers think we've gnawed a corner off the subtreasury.The Spenders|Harry Leon Wilson
I repeat, then, that by the subtreasury the revenue is to be collected in specie.