Synonyms for installment
Antonyms for installment
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INSTALLMENT
Once he got a catalogue from an installment house, and tried to hide it from her.
That magazine had the first installment of "Brigands of the Moon" in it.
I am reproducing with this chapter several of the installment cards.
He—he bought a diamond from me this morning—on the installment plan!
Money for your personal expenses is to be advanced, and here is an installment.
The agent's commission was the first installment, or twenty per cent.
Most beaver dams are built on the installment plan,—are the result of growth.
This issue was the first Wonder not to contain an installment of a serial.
The statement shows that only 120 are in arrears for more than one installment.
I should say you ought to have your first installment within four months.
"act of installing," 1580s, from install + -ment. Meaning "arrangement of payment by fixed portions at fixed times" is from 1732, alteration of Anglo-French estaler "fix payments," from Old French estal "fixed position," from Old High German stal "standing place" (see stall (n.1)). Figurative sense of "part of a whole produced in advance of the rest" is from 1823.