sub-letting

[ verb suhb-let; noun suhb-let, suhb-let ]SEE DEFINITION OF sub-letting

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It is unnecessary to say that he was grieved at the painful consequences of the middleman system, and of sub-letting in general.

She walked to Broadway and down to the office of the house-agent to whom she had entrusted the sub-letting of the shop.

Exigencies are arising which make it important to have some action taken on the sub-letting of contracts.

Entertainments, sub-letting of rooms, fairs, every means is resorted to accomplish this end.

As we have seen, the tenants were from an early date buying and selling, leasing and sub-letting, parts of their holdings.

Elsewhere we get what appear to be variations of the same system, in the form of sub-letting or of joint-cultivation.

The rentals should not be high, and no sub-letting should be allowed under any circumstances.

Another dramatic venture wanted a home, and Joe had the opportunity of sub-letting the theatre for the last two weeks of the term.

Already the sub-letting of the flat was in an agent's hands, and soon Stan would be braving the perils of his career no longer.