debenture[ dih-ben-cher ]SEE DEFINITION OF debenture
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEBENTURE
The discovery of the debenture is perhaps only a coincidence.
I don't need to know what a debenture is, when Mr. Batchgrew's mixed up in it.
She had an idea that a debenture was, if anything, more fatal than a share.
He first thought of trying to explain to her just what a debenture was.
She could not for a fortune have defined the difference between a debenture and a share.
Debenture, a deed acknowledging a debt on a specified security.
Debenture Stock being purchased by a local butterman at seven pounds for a halfpenny.
The indication appeared to emanate from the deceased husband of the owner of the debenture.
For every certificate or debenture, for drawing back any duty on the re-shipping of goods, one dollar.
The usual mode of borrowing by a company is either on debentures or debenture stock.