remittance

[ ri-mit-ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF remittance

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REMITTANCE

Several months elapsed, and no remittance arrived from my father.

When the remittance came from Liverpool it was a postal order for seven-and-sixpence.

Remittance can be made in currency, sent in letter at our risk.

Perhaps those who took your outfit also took your remittance money.

I called at that establishment daily and found news of no remittance.

A remittance of one dollar must be made along with the application.

A month since Mr. Fairchild was surprised by receiving a remittance from Tacoma.

He was a "remittance man," the first one I had ever seen or heard of.

In return I received all I required, which was a remittance in cash.

I am the person to whom you wrote, and I have brought the remittance with me from Australia.

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