time note


noun
  1. a note payable within a specified number of days after it is presented.

Origin of time note

1
First recorded in 1905–10

Words Nearby time note

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How to use time note in a sentence

  • In the mean time note, that the question is but de nomine here, whether the name church be fit for other societies, and not de re.

    A Christian Directory | Baxter Richard
  • On our map we indicate the Journeys of the Is´ra-el-ites, and at the same time note the principal events of the wandering.

  • If the collateral note be a call note, the rate will be lower, in general, than on a time note.

    The Value of Money | Benjamin M. Anderson, Jr.
  • Inspection of the second year remounts in 'rides' (at the same time note their condition after the drill).

    Cavalry in Future Wars | Frederick von Bernhardi.
  • Observe plats during the summer, and at husking-time note results.

    Agriculture for Beginners | Charles William Burkett