liquidate[ lik-wi-deyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF liquidate
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Where did you obtain the money that you applied to liquidate, or partially to liquidate, your debts?
Which the same being the case, I invite all to come forward and liquidate.
His throat was dry and he proposed to liquidate his unusual exertion.
Now, my love, duty requires that I should at once begin to liquidate.
There was only one thing to do—root them out, liquidate them.
He must liquidate the obligation, or be forgiven the debt by the creditor.
Who will find means to liquidate the kingdom's indebtedness, whoever may be the creditor?
But to make no attempt to liquidate his debt was as impossible as to speak to his father.
To Africa this country owes a debt larger than she is able to liquidate.
If he could hold out, he might be able to liquidate his most pressing debts.