He was in the moneylender's hands, and to comply with his exactions would not end them.
It had not occurred to them that the moneylender might suspect the forgery.
They do not use opium, but they delight in horses, and sport and women, and are perpetually in debt to the moneylender.
Of course a moneylender was different, but what security could he offer?
So she is—I am interviewing quite a new type—she has been a moneylender's shorthand typist.
"This is beside the question," said the moneylender with a deprecatory shrug.
He, however, made it in London, as a mercer and perhaps a good deal more as a moneylender.
And so it chooses the primrose path of dalliance with a moneylender.
Carlyon was, of course, a fool who deserved his fate, but his pluck had roused the moneylender's sympathy.
He acted as banker and moneylender, and general go-between in financial transactions, some of which had political aims.