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Foreclose

Fore`close´
v. t.1.To shut up or out; to preclude; to stop; to prevent; to bar; to exclude.
[imp. & p. p. Foreclosed ; p. pr. & vb. n. Foreclosing .]
To foreclose a mortgager
(Law) to cut him off by a judgment of court from the power of redeeming the mortgaged premises, termed his equity of redemption.
To foreclose a mortgage
not technically correct, but often used to signify) the obtaining a judgment for the payment of an overdue mortgage, and the exposure of the mortgaged property to sale to meet the mortgage debt.
- Wharton.
Verb1.foreclose - keep from happening or arising; have the effect of preventing; "My sense of tact forbids an honest answer"
2.foreclose - subject to foreclosing procedures; take away the right of mortgagors to redeem their mortgage
anticipate, avert, bar, cut off, debar, deflect, deter, discourage, disendow, dishearten, disherison, disinherit, disown, dispossess, disseise, estop, evict, exclude, expropriate, fend, fend off, forbid, forestall, help, keep from, keep off, obviate, preclude, prevent, prohibit, repel, rule out, save, stave off, turn aside, ward off
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