Of those loans, 60 percent of them were at least 30 days delinquent in June 2006.
He recognized his predatory streak clearly enough that he had to split his delinquent private self from his public concerns.
Another way Bank of America stands out: its handling of its roughly 1.3 million mortgage accounts that are delinquent.
Do you require people to be delinquent before you talk to them about modifying their mortgages?
Since childhood, Bush was labeled a bad child, a troublemaker, and a delinquent.
Expulsion is the very highest penalty that can be inflicted upon a delinquent Mason.
There was time for no more, and Saunders proceeded to summon the delinquent.
The delinquent turned up next day, walked in, and hung up his whip as if nothing had happened.
Oswald now hopes that English justice will not be delinquent.
Then one man would call aloud the delinquent's name, coupling it with that of his mother-in-law and crying, "That is your wife!"
late 15c., from Middle French délinquant, from present participle of délinquer (15c.), and directly from Latin delinquentum (nominative delinquens), present participle of delinquere "to fail; be wanting, fall short; offend," from de- "completely" (see de-) + linquere "to leave" (see relinquish). As an adjective, from c.1600.