Synonyms for lease
Antonyms for lease
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LEASE
"The lease is not in a hurry, sir," returned incorrigible Roland.
He sat down at Jenkins's desk, and began to read over a lease.
He refused to renew the lease; and the man went wildly elsewhere.
Six weeks from the day he had obtained his lease he began his glue-making.
The directors under their lease were entitled to the remaining $75,000.
And we've got the lease of this house for another two years!
"We might let the house furnished for the remainder of the lease," Roger went on.
When the year's lease was up, the contadino wrote to her declining to renew it.
I would relieve you of the rest of the lease and settle your matter with the landlord.
Even if she insisted upon a year's lease it wouldn't do any great harm.
late 14c., "legal contract conveying property, usually for a fixed period of time and with a fixed compensation," from Anglo-French les (late 13c.), from lesser "to let, let go," from Old French laissier "to let, allow, permit; bequeath, leave," from Latin laxare "loosen, open, make wide," from laxus "loose" (see lax). Modern French equivalent legs is altered by erroneous derivation from Latin legatum "bequest, legacy."