Definition of Encashes

1. Verb. (third-person singular of encash) ¹



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Definition of Encashes

1. encash [v] - See also: encash

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Encashes

encarditis
encarnalize
encarnalized
encarnalizes
encarnalizing
encarpus
encarpuses
encase
encased
encases
encash
encashable
encashed
encashes (current term)
encashing
encashment
encashments
encasing
encatarrhaphy
encauma
encaustic
encaustics
encave
encaved
encaves
encaving
encebollado
encebollados

Literary usage of Encashes

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1. Bulletin by International Maritime Committee (1908)
"... if the Charterer encashes the same amount which he would .have got if his merchandise had effected the whole voyage, he is also bound to pay the whole ..."

2. Nature Displayed in Her Mode of Teaching Language to Man by Nicolas Gouin Dufief (1810)
"... et surtout dans ces demeures obscures et malsaines, où les habitons de la campagne se trouvaient encashes. Jamais ce fléau terrible ne ravagea tant de ..."

3. British Industries Under Free Trade: Essays by Experts by Harold Cox (1903)
"... promoter of a new company or the issuer of a new loan it encashes the " call," and in a score of ways helps on the new enterprise, the last "adventure. ..."

4. France as it is by André Lebon, Paul Pelet (1888)
"... the latter actually encashes receipts and makes payments. In each ministerial department the paymaster is the Minister, who has power to delegate his ..."

5. The English Manual of Banking by Arthur Crump (1879)
"(2) It encashes bills or other documents; (3) Opens current and deposit accounts, and (4) Receives valuables for safe custody against J- per cent. ..."

6. Alfred Spalding Harvey, 1840-1905: Contributions to Magazines, Speeches, Etc by Alfred Spalding Harvey (1907)
"... promoter of a new company or the issuer of a new loan it encashes the " call," and in a score of ways helps on the new enterprise, the last "adventure. ..."

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