Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of instalment.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Payments were made to the builders in instalments after each stage of the work was completed and to tide the builders over for ongoing expenses.

    Amref tightens up monitoring after lapse over Katine wells

  • Familiarity with previous instalments is unnecessary.

    “Just One Bite” by Kimberly Raye

  • I knew that Family Pack at MeandMyBigMouth had read The Battle for Gullywith in instalments because they test-ran the book and were all biting their nails just hanging around the inbox waiting for each chapter to be written and arrive by e mail, so I didn't let myself gallop on too fast.

    The Battle for Gullywith

  • I soon learned to make my bread last as long as it would, by eating it in instalments, and it required some will-power to do this.

    Three Times and Out: A Canadian Boy's Experience in Germany

  • The sum varies from six to seven chesé (purses) – that is, from about £21 to £25, – may be paid in instalments, and need not be in coin.

    High Albania

  • That story came out as one read, in short instalments -- it was excusable that one's analogies should be somewhat professional -- and the text was a style considerably involved, a language not easy to translate at sight.

    The Lesson of the Master

  • The Chartres Chronicles were put on hold for a good three months until after which I managed to eek through the end of the Chartres sequence in short instalments, dragged out until the end of August, before abandoning the reconstruction of the lost diaries completely.

    Mania News Feed

  • The court is expected to view on Tuesday a video testimony from Elisabeth, Fritzl's daughter, which is being shown in short instalments over the course of the trial.

    AL JAZEERA ENGLISH (AJE)

  • Commuting in crowded trains is where the Keitai novel works best, with works published in 70-word instalments, or abbreviated into chapters that are the ideal length to be read between stops.

    Keitai Lessons in Writing for Mobiles

  • Now the Union Jack was not born all at once; it was born in instalments.

    The Psychology of Lying

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