Debt and Funds
Opposite meaning words
Both words in one sentence
- Perpetual Poverty: Aside from being in debt by a loan shark, Jack only has a small amount of funds at any one time, and they're quickly spent.
Source: Video Game / Jack Keane
- Building a mansion allows you to give yourself a salary from the city's funds every month, which is then stored away to be used at a later date (to boost your kingdom rating via expensive gifts to other nobles or to give back to the city in times of debt), even in later missions.
Source: Stealing from the Till
- Since the man only needed a few more days to secure needed funds to pay off Scrooge, days which "old" Scrooge would most likely not grant, the "float time" to when the debt is transferred to its new owner gives the couple financial security, presumably for the rest of their life.
Source: And There Was Much Rejoicing
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