Amort



spiritless; lifeless.
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Historical Examples

Wherever the figure of Death is introduced, he is accompanied with the motto “amort, amort.”
The Dance of Death Francis Douce

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  • Amortisation

    n. chiefly British English spelling of amortization; see -ize. Historical Examples For this purpose the amortisation quota should be made variable. A Revision of the Treaty John Maynard Keynes Germany to raise at once an international loan, of which amount, rate of interest, and amortisation quota are to be agreed on. A Revision of the […]

  • Amortise

    Finance. to liquidate or extinguish (a mortgage, debt, or other obligation), especially by periodic payments to the creditor or to a sinking fund. to write off a cost of (an asset) gradually. Old English Law. to convey to a corporation or church group; alienate in mortmain. verb (transitive) (finance) to liquidate (a debt, mortgage, etc) […]



  • Amortised

    Finance. to liquidate or extinguish (a mortgage, debt, or other obligation), especially by periodic payments to the creditor or to a sinking fund. to write off a cost of (an asset) gradually. Old English Law. to convey to a corporation or church group; alienate in mortmain. verb (transitive) (finance) to liquidate (a debt, mortgage, etc) […]

  • Amortize

    Finance. to liquidate or extinguish (a mortgage, debt, or other obligation), especially by periodic payments to the creditor or to a sinking fund. to write off a cost of (an asset) gradually. Old English Law. to convey to a corporation or church group; alienate in mortmain. verb (transitive) (finance) to liquidate (a debt, mortgage, etc) […]



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