Etymology

1. escrow

noun. ['ɛˈskroʊ, ˈɛskroʊ'] a written agreement (or property or money) delivered to a third party or put in trust by one party to a contract to be returned after fulfillment of some condition.

Etymology

  • escrowl (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • escroue (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

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Rhymes with Escrow

  • acro
  • cancro
  • harcrow
  • macro
  • makro
  • scarecrow
  • suckrow
  • synchro
  • velcro

How do you pronounce escrow?

Pronounce escrow as ˈɛskroʊ.

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Sentences with escrow


1. Adjective
Luckily, there are federal regulations in place to protect you against the risk of poor escrow estimations.

2. Noun, singular or mass
Indicate the close of escrow date along with any consequences should the property fail to close on time.

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