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Spell Check of mortgage

Correct spelling: mortgage

Definition of mortgage:

  1. The temporary grant or pledge of an estate as security for the payment of a debt.
  2. To grant an estate in fee as security for money lent, and contracted to be paid at a certain time; to pledge.

Common misspellings for mortgage:

  • mortage (36%)
  • morgage (35%)
  • mortagage (7%)
  • mortgae (3%)
  • motgage (3%)
  • mortgate (2%)
Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,411,110 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.

Examples of usage for mortgage:

  1. The reason I say next week is that my father is worried about the interest on the mortgage and the taxes.
  2. He had been in this same situation a thousand times, when he had nothing to do but put out his hands and stuff his pockets with food and fuel and gas and the interest on the mortgage, and all the other things of which there was such a lack at home, and had never considered that the needed things were here.
  3. At supper, his father brought up again the subject of the taxes and the interest on the mortgage.

Quotes for mortgage:

  1. We will not, on the altar of money, mortgage our conscience, mortgage our faith, mortgage our salvation. - Peter Akinola
  2. Even the once simple home mortgage now has so many flavors and styles and variations that it is difficult for people to make a decision. - Scott Cook
  3. I had a couple come in with a negative amortization mortgage on a house that costs way too much relative to their income. They're consuming real estate, not investing in it. - Chris Cooper
  4. They flooded liquidity in the marketplace but the mortgage rate is based much more on expectations of inflation. So if the average investor believes that there is inflation coming, they'll move that rate up. - Franklin Raines
  5. Every radish I ever pulled up seemed to have a mortgage attached to it. - Ed Wynn