deposits[ dih-poz-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF deposits
Synonyms for deposits
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEPOSITS
You mean that you are refusing to pay me my deposits on my private account?
An addition shocks the corn and deposits it upon the ground.
It was like the cask of Danaides into which the public had been pleased to pour its deposits.
Or if you are a banker, what sort of deposits could you get among such a people?
It deposits its eggs in some natural hollow and leaves them there to hatch.
It appears desirable, however, to pay interest on deposits of savings.
These deposits were again worked in 1780, and during a few years following.
This volume the deposits of the Treasury continued to swell.
In colonial days much of the iron worked in America was taken from these deposits.
It deposits its eggs, like the cuckoo, in the nests of other birds.
1620s, from Latin depositum, from deponere (see deposit (v.)). Geological sense is from 1781; monetary sense is from 1737.