[ US /ˈtɹɛʒɝi/ ]
[ UK /tɹˈɛʒəɹi/ ]
  1. negotiable debt obligations of the United States government which guarantees that interest and principal payments will be paid on time
  2. the federal department that collects revenue and administers federal finances; the Treasury Department was created in 1789
  3. the British cabinet minister responsible for economic strategy
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How To Use Treasury In A Sentence

  • National Provisions Company, and went out preaching fiat money and a subtreasury for the farmers 'crops, trusting to God and the flower garden about his little white house, to keep the family alive -- it is odd that Jeanette's childish impression was that General Ward was a man of consequence in the world. A Certain Rich Man
  • She wasted a great part of the royal treasury for her benefactions!
  • – The agreement contains a complicated escrow system that may allow the $480 million to be funneled from the Treasury Department to the White House. Think Progress » SOURCE: Obscure Trade Settlement Could Create $480 Million Slush Fund for White House
  • Amid it all stands Mitt Romney, not the high-flying investment lots of Republicans yearned to put their money on, but the unspectacular Treasury bill of Republican candidates, a man whose emphasis on jobs and the economy makes him a safe enough bet at a time like this. GOP 'Flight to Safety' Benefits Romney
  • US Treasury markets capitalized on the equity plunge, surging during the afternoon session.
  • The Treasury offers antiques, collectibles and a small inventory of contemporary items.
  • In Britain for the foreseeable future the ultimate purchaser of 80% or more of health care will continue to be the Treasury.
  • But sharper than all these impressions rang the words of the worldly-wise Higbee: _ "She's hunting night and day for a rich husband; she tries for them as fast as they come; she'd rather marry a sub-treasury -- she'd marry me in a minute -- she'd marry_ YOU; _but if you were broke she'd have about as much use for you .... The Spenders A Tale of the Third Generation
  • The 10-year T-note and 30-year Treasury bond are down 8.58 percent and 24 percent, respectively, in terms of price for the year to date.
  • The treasury mandarins and their minions are working overtime.
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