Lend


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Lend

To provide money temporarily on the condition that it or its equivalent will be returned, often with an interest fee.
References in classic literature ?
We said that as you put it in your pocket very glad to get it, you seemed to be immensely amused at his being so weak as to lend it.
One of you lend me your cloak and we will spread it upon the ground and put the wealth upon it.
Lend me your back -- but don't let the cardinal go.
Clara was making a rosary of beads for a little figure of a Sister of Charity, who was to attend the Bunker Hill fair and lend her aid in erecting the Monument.
But I can feel for Peter's need, And I WILL LEND HIM FIFTY POUNDS
Send no lunge beyond thy length; Lend no rotten bough thy strength.