a promissory note, payable on demand, issued by an authorized bank and intended to circulate as money.
The central bank is constantly redesigning and rethinking the design of every bank note—except the lowly $1 bill.
All About the Benjamins: Here’s the Redesigned $100 Bill Daniel Gross October 6, 2013
“There, get this V changed,” said Bliffins, handing him a bank note.
The Three Brides, Love in a Cottage, and Other Tales Francis A. Durivage
The bank note I found may have never been in the possession of Mr. Carson.
The Call of the Beaver Patrol V. T. Sherman
When Mark bade Miss Gilbert good night after ringing the bell at her home, she pressed a bank note into his hand.
Mark Mason’s Victory Horatio Alger
As soon as he was where he could not be observed he examined the bank note closely.
The Motor Boys Clarence Young
I will not call at your house; you can send me a check, bank note, or what you will.
Marion Arleigh’s Penance Charlotte M. Braeme
It was a bank note on the Bank of Spain for five thousand pesetas!
The Wolf Cub Patrick Casey
I took out a bank note and put it under the blotting paper that had been placed on the table for me.
Oscar Wilde, Volume 2 (of 2) Frank Harris
He earnestly pressed me to accept of a bank note: but I declined it.
Clarissa, Volume 4 (of 9) Samuel Richardson
Virginia arose from her chair letting her work and the bank note fall unheeded from her lap, and went to him.
The Dreamer Mary Newton Stanard
- Bank of england
noun the central bank of the United Kingdom, which acts as banker to the government and the commercial banks. It is responsible for managing the government’s debt and implementing its policy on other monetary matters: established in 1694, nationalized in 1946; in 1997 the government restored the authority to set interest rates to the Bank
- Bank of issue
a bank, as a Federal Reserve Bank, empowered by a government to issue currency.
- Bank on
an institution for receiving, lending, exchanging, and safeguarding money and, in some cases, issuing notes and transacting other financial business. the office or quarters of such an institution. Games. the stock or fund of pieces from which the players draw. the fund of the manager or the dealer. a special storage place: a blood bank; […]
- Bank paper
drafts, bills, and acceptances payable by banks. commercial paper that may be discounted in a bank. Historical Examples The depreciation of bank paper procured the appointment of a bullion committee. Worcestershire in the Nineteenth Century T. C. Turberville The bank paper, the bank seal—even the signature of the letter he knew by name. John Ames, […]