Examples of delinquency in a Sentence
They tried to steer him away from delinquency by giving him a job in their store.
She's been charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
a series of minor delinquencies
a high rate of delinquency
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Puerto Rico’s 35 percent foreclosure and delinquency rate is more than double the 14.4 percent national rate during the depths of the housing implosion in January 2010.
That delinquency would have to be paid before the former owner could get the compensation.
Although foreclosures have receded, delinquency rates among auto finance lenders are rising, especially for subprime borrowers, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York warned in a November report.
Shaumbay Harvey, 35, and Gail McCurry, 35, both of Milwaukee, face charges of retail theft, obstructing an officer and contributing to the delinquency of a minor in the Thanksgiving incident.
Americans are borrowing more than ever for new and used vehicles, and 30- and 60-day delinquency rates rose in the second quarter, according to the automotive arm of one of the nation's largest credit bureaus.
While the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 and the Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 are more talented on a racetrack, the diabolical Dodges generate nostalgia and release our inner delinquency—which includes the effortless roasting of rear tires.
Questions about the health of the U.S. consumer have ticked up in recent weeks, with another tepid GDP reading on Friday and earnings reports from major credit-card lenders showing rising delinquencies.
Its shares have fallen from a peak of $53 in 2015, and the company cut guidance last year after a slowdown in loan growth and an uptick in delinquencies.
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medical Definition of delinquency
legal Definition of delinquency
- contributing to the delinquency of a minor
- consumer loan delinquencies
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