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  • verbexclude
  • verbtake away the right to redeem a mortgage

synonyms for foreclose

  • preclude
  • bar
  • deprive
  • prevent
  • rule out
  • shut out
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How to use foreclose in a sentence

Yet, unsurprisingly, with hopes for social change at home foreclosed and few economic alternatives, migration only increased after the wars ended.
THE ROOT CAUSE OF CENTRAL AMERICAN MIGRATION? THE UNITED STATES.AVIVA CHOMSKYJULY 8, 2021WASHINGTON POST
After the Great Recession, millions of foreclosed homes hit the market as the economy cratered.
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It’s worth noting that the majority opinion in Van Buren does not foreclose any possibility that someone will be prosecuted for a trivial transgression.
THE SUPREME COURT HANDS DOWN VERY GOOD NEWS FOR PRETTY MUCH EVERYONE WHO USES A COMPUTERIAN MILLHISERJUNE 4, 2021VOX
If it forecloses a young person getting a job, that has longer-run adverse implications for what we call their human capital accumulation.
THE TRUE STORY OF THE MINIMUM-WAGE FIGHT (EP. 460)STEPHEN J. DUBNERAPRIL 29, 2021FREAKONOMICS
Opportunity is going to be foreclosed to millions of low-income people because they can’t afford to gain access to the digital highway through Internet service providers.
THE TIME 2030 COMMITTEE OFFERS 8 SOLUTIONS FOR A MORE EQUITABLE AND SUSTAINABLE FUTURETIME STAFFJANUARY 22, 2021TIME
His mortgage company has warned him that if he fails to resolve the situation, they could foreclose on his house, which he bought in 2018.
WHY 'ACCIDENTAL AMERICANS' ARE DESPERATE TO GIVE UP THEIR U.S. CITIZENSHIPVIVIENNE WALTDECEMBER 22, 2020TIME
Lee was a former union leader whose own experimental farm had been foreclosed in the late 1990s.
WHY PEOPLE STILL STARVE IN AN AGE OF ABUNDANCEBOBBIE JOHNSONDECEMBER 17, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Moreover, the Supreme Court could overturn or significantly weaken Massachusetts vs EPA, and the practice of using agencies to address climate change would be vulnerable to legal challenge or foreclosed entirely.
HOW AMY CONEY BARRETT COULD ALTER THE FUTURE OF THE U.S.'S CLIMATE CHANGE POLICYJUSTIN WORLANDSEPTEMBER 28, 2020TIME
They foreclose without mercy, but that does not frighten their old patrons, who have the perennial optimism of the country.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
He's to foreclose that mortgage and longs to own that one field of ours just to complete the shape of his farm.
DOROTHY AT SKYRIEEVELYN RAYMOND
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