funds loaned or available to be loaned for repayment within a designated period of time, usually in installments.
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How to use time money in a sentence
Perhaps in that bygone time money was more easily made, or daily need was met with smaller expenditure.Creatures of the Night | Alfred W. Rees
Jean did not remember this until she was on her way to the city of the hills, and by that time money did not interest her.The Angel of Terror | Edgar Wallace
At one time money flowed freely and great commercial recklessness prevailed.Up To Date Business | Various
From time to time money had been subscribed through Pigott's papers for various national funds.The Life Story of an Old Rebel | John Denvir
Since that time money was the only object of their applause and desire.Reflections on the Rise and Fall of the Ancient Republicks | Edward Wortley Montagu