foreclose[ fawr-klohz, fohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF foreclose
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Hand'll foreclose now, for sure; and I can't say I'll blame him.
Might be a good idea for me to foreclose that mortgage and sell the place to him at my own price.
Yes, sir, I was cal'latin' to foreclose on you and sell this place to Kendrick.
Did Covington tell you he was going to foreclose after I—that is, right away?
Very right, sir, Hickman might foreclose on the 24th of this month.
Squire Hudson is about to foreclose the mortgage on my father's farm.
Did you get my letter, Tom, announcing the squire's intention to foreclose the mortgage?
In that case this Squire Hudson could foreclose at any time, could he not?
We speak of a bond instead of a mortgage, and we adjudge where we ought to foreclose.
If the river has got a mortgage on that island, it will foreclose, sure, pegs or no pegs.