borrowing

[ bor-oh-ing, bawr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF borrowing

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Antonyms for borrowing

  • loaning
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He could scarcely chide her for borrowing, grotesque as the borrowing was.

It was the idea of borrowing the six months' back rent from him.

I hope to prove that if any borrowing was done, it was done by Flagg.

You understand a man like that hasn't the ghost of a chance when it comes to borrowing clothes.

"Borrowing, Boyne—they used the word 'borrowed,'" Edwards put in.

By borrowing the Yankee's boat, the track of my connection with the Lion was covered.

The borrowing of the uniform in itself is significant, but at this time is especially so.

I have borrowed the money I needed and I fear I have hurt the banker in the borrowing.

I should be a damned fool if I thought I had any chance of borrowing money from you.

"Borrowing, not stealing, Surgeon," retorted Bradford briskly.

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