Thesaurus / annuity

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

She had made Madame Bridau an assignment of three thousand francs out of her annuity.
THE TWO BROTHERSHONORE DE BALZAC
His mother had an annuity, which he himself had insisted upon for her greater comfort.
AN ALABASTER BOXMARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN AND FLORENCE MORSE KINGSLEY
His mother's small fortune he had sunk in an annuity for Mr. Goodwin.
The consideration was an annuity of $6,000 in Spanish milled dollars.
The establishment of the annuity scheme for the benefit of the heirs of deceased officers, as suggested by the Paymaster-General.
Annuity—An amount payable to or received from another each year for a term of years or for life.
The annuity was regularly paid to the widow lady to the day of her death.
When he died he left her the use of his house and family pew, besides an annuity.
If purchases are proposed outside the zones, in which, that is to say, the annuity proposed is under 10 or over 40 per cent.
IRELAND AND THE HOME RULE MOVEMENTMICHAEL F. J. MCDONNELL
For all practical purposes the annuity may be regarded as perpetual.

WORDS RELATED TO ANNUITY

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