currency[ kur-uh n-see, kuhr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF currency
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CURRENCY
Connected with this subject is the character of the currency.
With acute precipitancy he was separated from the currency that had come to him.
The nation was deeply in debt, and its currency was a paper one.
It is its general recognition that gives a truth a proverb's currency.
His money he never got back, but gold is not the currency of the other world.
Mr. K., have you directed the refusal of our currency by your agents?
Our war inflation does not lie so much in our increased gold and currency.
Remittance can be made in currency, sent in letter at our risk.
We are not responsible for remittances made in bills or currency.
It has often been charged that speculators ruined the currency.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CURRENCY
- accounts receivable
- fluid assets
- hard cash
- money in the bank
- money on hand
- nest egg
- petty cash
- pork barrel
- ready money