mortgaging[ mawr-gij ]SEE DEFINITION OF mortgaging
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORTGAGING
That does not mean, though, that I am mortgaging myself forever.
He obtained the money from my client by mortgaging the Firs to him.
Some had lost their lands after mortgaging them to rich Jews.
It's going to rain votes this fall and we've got to get busy in mortgaging the majority of 'em.
This practice is very much like our method of mortgaging our lands.
Instead of mortgaging the future, the Gaul is utilising his thrifty past.
Franklin civilly suggested that they could get it by mortgaging their house; they firmly declined.
He 's a kind of a bill-broking, mortgaging, bail-giving, devilish good sort of fellow.
The men, as a result, were always in debt, mortgaging their next summers catch of fish long before the winter was over.
The farmer was induced to borrow a large sum from the local bank and build a mill, mortgaging his farm to secure the loan.
late 14c., morgage, "conveyance of property as security for a loan or agreement," from Old French morgage (13c.), mort gaige, literally "dead pledge" (replaced in modern Frech by hypothèque), from mort "dead" (see mortal (adj.)) + gage "pledge" (see wage (n.)). So called because the deal dies either when the debt is paid or when payment fails. Old French mort is from Vulgar Latin *mortus "dead," from Latin mortuus, past participle of mori "to die" (see mortal (adj.)). The -t- restored in English based on Latin.