money-lender

[ muhn-ee-len-der ]SEE DEFINITION OF money-lender
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Before Donald's case came on, he sold the farm to the money-lender.

The money-lender re-sold the farm to a French family named Duquette.

With this Mr. Carter departed, much to the relief of the money-lender.

But she obtained little satisfaction from her talk with the money-lender.

Rooney appears to be a money-lender, a usurer—most probably a Jew.

"I don't know anything about that," returned the money-lender's son.

"By the way, I heard Link Merwell was in town," went on the money-lender's son.

Why, you do not mean to say that our gracious sovereign is a money-lender and mortgagee?

I will not disguise from you that it is Emmanuel, the money-lender.

And Leonora had to fix things up; he would have run from money-lender to money-lender.

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