NOUN
  1. a document or receipt certifying release from an obligation or debt
  2. payment of a debt or obligation
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How To Use quittance In A Sentence

  • Garrio and Nasthai exchanged a few words, and likewise some quittance passed from hand to hand, and Garrio said in the High, “Bring your belongings.” Wildfire
  • He was a fraudulent guardian who wanted a quittance for his contract.
  • To any man who would leave, I will give a signed note of quittance, and never think less of his courage. IRONCROWN MOON: PART TWO OF THE BOREAL MOON TALE
  • Accordingly, on the morrow he gave him a thousand dinars and a suit of clothes and a black slave and mounting him on a she-mule, said to him, Allah give thee quittance of responsibility for all this,29 inasmuch as thou art my friend and it behoveth me to deal generously with thee. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • And will any way when my bell of quittance is heard in the gloom Archive 2008-11-01
  • Page 12 non-slaveholding white killed a negro, payment of the price of the bondman was his acquittance; in no case was imprisonment or the death penalty inflicted. The American Negro: What He Was, What He Is, and What He May Become: A Critical and Practical Discussion
  • Upon partial payment, the creditor may insist on receiving a new bond for the remnant, or he may give an acquittance for the part paid.
  • Young Marcovich owed Young Dick two dollars, and Young Dick accepted the payment of a dollar and forty cents as full quittance of the debt. CHAPTER IV
  • If he would give him a written quittance for the insurance money, Peter would take no further steps in exposing him.
  • But if I would take a draft for 100 pounds, and sign an acquittance in full of all claims, I might have it, upon proving my identity. Erema
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