The usurer says, Care for my property and pay me for the opportunity.
He was a usurer, though he could be very liberal when his policy demanded.
May the usurer search all his substance: and let strangers plunder his labours.
A mere hint of encouragement to the usurer came from Calvin.
It was the soul of a usurer, inhabiting now the body of a war-captain, now transmigrating into that of a huckster.
Indeed it is very rare for a man to be honest and yet a usurer.
I have money, Iris, and I have paid the usurer enough to satisfy him.
The usurer gains the earnings of the borrower but parts with no property.
The usurer and the borrower on usury, both, reverse the true order by assuming that a thing can claim man's service.
The usurer's whole claim is for the service of his property.