Thesaurus / depreciation


Currency depreciation is another big challenge, says Yoneyama, even for companies that experience exponential growth in local revenue.

No depreciation of money can account for this woful difference.

Bibliomania; or Book-MadnessThomas Frognall Dibdin

In this way the charge for depreciation will be proportionate to the traffic, which provides automatic adjustment.

How to Invest MoneyGeorge Garr Henry

As against all this, there is an undercurrent of depreciation of his stepdaughter among Borrow's biographers.

George Borrow and His CircleClement King Shorter

The items of expense are interest on the first cost of the pumping machinery, depreciation, upkeep and running expenses.

Farm MechanicsHerbert A. Shearer

Surely Rosalind's depreciation of it is not real, but only assumed, for the purpose of humbling, Phebe!

Still more so to assert that 'Theology has always been celebrating the power of Grace to the depreciation of Ethics.'

Lux MundiVarious

Depreciation of the currency means, of course, a continuing rise in prices, a continuing writing off of debt.

What is Coming?H. G. Wells

Depreciation of other people's abilities was a sad failing with Cacklin.

Love and the IronmongerF. J. (Frederick John) Randall

Does Jack heave one sigh in compliment to the illustrious absentees, and in depreciation of the company who have assembled?

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


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