The first two of the above acts relate to mortgages and bonds, the last to debenture stock.
The discovery of the debenture is perhaps only a coincidence.
For every certificate or debenture, for drawing back any duty on the re-shipping of goods, one dollar.
She could not for a fortune have defined the difference between a debenture and a share.
He drew a princely salary and a substantial dividend, he was listed as a debenture holder and was accounted a rich man.
She had an idea that a debenture was, if anything, more fatal than a share.
The usual mode of borrowing by a company is either on debentures or debenture stock.
He first thought of trying to explain to her just what a debenture was.
I don't need to know what a debenture is, when Mr. Batchgrew's mixed up in it.
debenture Stock being purchased by a local butterman at seven pounds for a halfpenny.
"written acknowledgment of a debt," early 15c., from Latin debentur "there are due" (said to have been the first word in formal certificates of indebtedness), passive present third person plural of debere "to owe" (see debt).