She would get Carmen to hypothecate her own interest in this new company, if necessary.
He had no power to hypothecate any part of the public revenue.
He will not repudiate a promise to pay while he has money in bank or securities to hypothecate.
These bonds they dispose of or hypothecate to obtain loans on.
And then he pledged himself to hypothecate his entire fortune to the rescue of his worthless nephew.
Therefore they had drawn lots to determine which should hypothecate his overcoat in order to raise funds.
The lyrics were in the true Indian language, which made it very difficult for any of the cribbers of the time to hypothecate it.
For it must be clearly understood that Paul is not asking us to fancy, or imagine, or hypothecate.
It was impossible to hypothecate mining securities of any description in Nevada or San Francisco.
That is, he proposed to hypothecate the vectigalia from the new provinces formed by Pompey in the East for five years.
1680s, from hypothecat-, past participle stem of Medieval Latin hypothecare, from Late Latin hypotheca, from Greek hypotheke "a deposit, pledge, mortgage," from hypo- "down" + tithenai "to put, place" (see theme). Related: Hypothecated; hypothecating; hypothecation.