01. It will take us at least 25 years to pay off the [mortgage] on our house.
02. A couple of friends of mine are having a party to celebrate the fact that they've just finished paying off the [mortgage] on their house.
03. They've just bought a new house, and their [mortgage] is costing them over $1,500 a month. I don't know how they do it.
04. We're planning on renegotiating the [mortgage] on our house now that interest rates have come down considerably in the last year.
05. In the U.S., many people have to [mortgage] their house to pay for the medical care of a family member who becomes seriously ill.
06. An increase in [mortgage] rates has resulted in a decrease in housing sales.
07. Our [mortgage] costs us over $1,800 a month.
08. We've been having difficulty meeting our [mortgage] repayments since my husband got laid off.
09. By buying a house, after paying the down payment our monthly [mortgage] costs are lower than any rent we've ever had to pay.
10. Noah Webster [mortgaged] his house to finance the second edition of his dictionary.
11. Our [mortgage] is so high on our house that we can't afford to take any time off or do any repairs on the house.
12. Dave took out a second [mortgage] on his house so that he could use the money to go back to school.
13. We haven't even started paying the principal on our [mortgage] yet; we're still paying the interest.
14. If we transfer our [mortgage] to a credit union, our interest rates will go down almost one percent.
15. Marvin Kitman once said that a coward is a hero with a wife, kids, and a [mortgage].
16. Earl Wilson once noted that modern man drives a [mortgaged] car over a bond-financed highway on credit-card gas.
17. Young people in this country are being forced to [mortgage] their future by taking out huge student loans in order to get a post-secondary education.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

(for the payment of a debt)

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