annuity

[ uh-noo-i-tee, uh-nyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF annuity

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ANNUITY

She compromised for an annuity of two hundred pounds, to be continued to her child.

My money is an annuity, so that I cannot leave anything to my children.

If the deceased had no claim upon you, why did you promise him an annuity?

If she had taken her annuity as usual, you would not have been here, and we should have been better off.

It is only fair to tell you that I have no money but my annuity.

This man enjoyed, by my uncle's will, an annuity of fifty pounds.

On her 75th birthday Susan's girls had presented her with an annuity of $800 a year.

My kind master, at my request, granted me a lump sum in place of my annuity.

He's got some kind of annuity from a New York life insurance company.

As a reward for his services in America, Parliament voted his wife an annuity of £500 for life.

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