an account with a bank.
balance standing to the credit of a depositor at a bank.
Later in the year he became thoroughly interested in economising and eventually opened a banking account of his own.
Center Rush Rowland Ralph Henry Barbour
You see, this cheque is crossed, and will go into your banking account.
A Woman Intervenes Robert Barr
A similar fashion might be revived at the present epoch, with advantage to the banking account of vile man.
Cakes & Ale Edward Spencer
A man is or is not great socially in proportion to his banking account.
The American Egypt Channing Arnold
We shall have youngsters in their teens wanting to open a banking account next!
Johnny Ludlow, Second Series Mrs. Henry Wood
So little Marie had fifty pounds odd for her own banking account!
Married Life May Edginton
I have seen that declension in others, and know how it sinks ultimately to the mere comfortable security of a banking account.
The Debit Account Oliver Onions
In possession of money, as his banking account was closed the morning after his disappearance.
The Tower of Oblivion Oliver Onions
That was her idea of a banking account, and she held it to be the best there was.
Lippincott’s Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Various
His banking account was growing handsomely, and, above all things, he dreaded to kill the goose that laid the golden eggs.
The Yellow Claw Sax Rohmer
an account created by the deposit of money at a bank by a customer
the amount of moneys credited or debited to a depositor at a bank
- Banking principle
the principle that bank notes are a form of credit and should be issued freely in order to maintain an elastic currency.
- Banking 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; […]
- Banking pin
either of two pins for damping or halting the oscillation, in either direction, of a balance or lever. Historical Examples As we have previously stated, the drop from the pallet should not take place until the lever almost rests on the banking pin. Watch and Clock Escapements Anonymous
banquette (def 3).