It used formerly to be more a case of the standing of the borrower.
For many years we must be a borrower in the markets of the world.
The operation was a hazardous one for the lender as well as for the borrower.
That is true; but it will be worn out by the hand and for the profit of the borrower.
That other is the "borrower" of the twenty-five millions from the Bank.
That he was a borrower proved that he had nothing which could form a property security.
So shall he never be in ignorance about any book or its borrower.
For you must know Rutilius, himself a lender, was bantering Musonius for being a borrower.
That fellow was the borrower of his half-crown; for weeks he had lost sight of him.
The usurer gains the earnings of the borrower but parts with no property.