Examples of foreclose in a Sentence
They've been unable to make their mortgage payments, and the bank has threatened to foreclose.
The bank has threatened to foreclose their mortgage.
Recent Examples of foreclose from the Web
Even Billionaires Get Foreclosed On For the second time in a month, a condo at a high-profile Manhattan apartment building is going into foreclosure.
A record 5,424 homes were foreclosed last year, up 130 percent from nearly a decade ago, when the government first began tracking those numbers.
His domineering mother sends him to Deadrock, Nev., to foreclose on the rundown Gaiety Theatre.
But even as those Republicans outside the working group of 13 voice their concerns, often in the local or regional newspapers and media focused on their constituents, none have foreclosed on the option of supporting the bill.
In sum, to foreclose access to social media altogether is to prevent the user from engaging in the legitimate exercise of First Amendment rights.
In April, Wells Fargo filed a notice in county court seeking to foreclose on the home, according to a copy of the notice obtained by the Herald and first reported by Politico.
The loans are secured by a property lien and if unpaid a borrower can be foreclosed upon.
The land, once part of General Electric's 92-acre Nela Park lighting complex, was foreclosed and given to the city's land reutilization program in 2012.
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FORECLOSE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of foreclose for English Language Learners
: to take back property because the money owed for the property has not been paid
Origin and Etymology of foreclose
Anglo-French forclos, past participle of foreclore to preclude, prevent, from fors outside + clore to close
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