noun. ['ˈfʌnd'] a reserve of money set aside for some purpose.
- pension fund
- nest egg
- petty cash
- mutual fund
- superannuation fund
- revolving fund
- trust fund
- monetary fund
- bank deposit
- slush fund
- war chest
Words that Rhyme with Fund
Example sentences of the word fund
1. Noun, singular or mass
You should count the cost of your investment before you decide between a mutual fund or stocks.
2. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
Lenders only fund loans for homes with secure roofs.
3. Verb, base form
Reach out to members of your church who may have contacts or will fund your project.
Quotes containing the word fund
1. It is best to be born in April or August when the life-giving Sun is in its exaltation sign Aries or Leo, its home, for then we enter the sea of life on the crest-wave and are backed in the battle of existence by an abundant fund of vim and energy.
- Max Heindel
2. There's obviously nothing wrong with selling your art - only an idiot with a trust fund would tell you otherwise. But it's confusing to know how far you should take it.
3. We are in the school [or mortality] and keep learning and we do not expect to cease learning while we live on earth; and when we pass through the veil, we expect still to continue to learn and increase our fund of information.
- David A. Bednar
noun. a campaign to raise money for some cause.
- fund-raising campaign
- fund-raising effort
- stay in place
noun. ['ˈfʌnd'] a supply of something available for future use.
- government issue
- seed stock
- military issue
noun. ['ˈfʌnd'] a financial institution that sells shares to individuals and invests in securities issued by other companies.
- closed-end investment company
- face-amount certificate company
- open-end investment company
- Real Estate Investment Trust
- mutual fund
- investment company
- investment firm
- nondiscretionary trust
- hedge fund
- mutual fund company
- unit trust
- fixed investment trust
- open-end fund
- investment trust
- unit investment trust
- closed-end fund
verb. ['ˈfʌnd'] furnish money for.
- take over
verb. ['ˈfʌnd'] place or store up in a fund for accumulation.
- pile up
verb. ['ˈfʌnd'] invest money in government securities.
verb. ['ˈfʌnd'] provide a fund for the redemption of principal or payment of interest.
- volatile storage
- non-volatile storage
- nonvolatile storage
verb. ['ˈfʌnd'] accumulate a fund for the discharge of a recurrent liability.
- pile up
verb. ['ˈfʌnd'] convert (short-term floating debt) into long-term debt that bears fixed interest and is represented by bonds.