Investments [noun]

Definition of Investments:

something given, lent for a return

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Sentence/Example of Investments:

The latter has more than once since told me that the County Down shares were one of his best investments.

Are not these legitimate investments in the common stock of the nation, which should command a proportionate interest?

New York comes bravely to the call, and sends her investments by land and sea.

It was the rough account of his investments and profits he remembered making for his father-in-law.

The conversation began with national politics, swung to crops, and veered finally to the subject of investments.

He had also inherited shares in the New River Company, and other investments.

This has occurred with regard to agricultural investments, which have awaited a complementary organic legislation.

Investments have gone wrong, and Saunders has brought suit in court, claiming title to the land where the mine is.

It's a simple case: Miles hadn't found out yet that corn margins are not legitimate investments for a county's money.

The talk of freeing slaves was but talk; slaves were lucrative investments; a man would be a fool to free them.