forbearance definition

  • noun:
    • The act of forbearing.
    • The work of forbearing.
    • The work of forbearing.
    • Tolerance and discipline when confronted with provocation; patience. See Synonyms at persistence.
    • Tolerance and discipline when confronted with provocation; determination. See Synonyms at determination.
    • the caliber of being forbearing.
    • the grade of being forbearing.
    • threshold and restraint when confronted with provocation; determination. See Synonyms at patience.
    • Law The act of a creditor just who refrains from enforcing a debt when it falls due.
    • Law The work of a creditor whom refrains from enforcing a debt with regards to drops because of.
    • the grade of becoming forbearing.
    • Restraint under provocation.
    • Restraint under provocation.
    • Law The act of a creditor just who refrains from implementing a debt when it falls due.
    • A refraining from administration of anything (as a debt, correct, or obligation) that's because of.
    • A refraining through the enforcement of some thing (as a debt, correct, or responsibility) which due.
    • Restraint under provocation.
    • The act of forbearing or waiting; the exercise of patience.
    • The act of forbearing or waiting; the workout of persistence.
    • A refraining from the administration of one thing (as a debt, right, or responsibility) that's due.
    • The quality of becoming forbearing; indulgence toward offenders or opponents; long-suffering.
    • the standard of being forbearing; indulgence toward offenders or opponents; long-suffering.
    • The act or condition of forbearing; the cessation or intermission of an act commenced, or a refraining from beginning an act.
    • The act or state of forbearing; the cessation or intermission of an act commenced, or a refraining from beginning an act.
    • The work of forbearing or waiting; the exercise of persistence.
    • Command of temperament; discipline of interests; long-suffering; indulgence toward an offender or injurer; lenity.
    • Command of temper; restraint of interests; long-suffering; indulgence toward an offender or injurer; lenity.
    • the grade of being forbearing; indulgence toward offenders or opponents; long-suffering.
    • in-law, an abstaining from the administration of the right; especially, a creditor's giving of indulgence after the time originally fixed for payment: because, the mortgage or forbearance of money.
    • in-law, an abstaining from the administration of a right; particularly, a creditor's offering of indulgence following the day initially fixed for payment: because, the mortgage or forbearance of money.
    • The act or state of forbearing; the cessation or intermission of an act commenced, or a refraining from starting an act.
    • A withdrawing; a keeping aloof.
    • A withdrawing; a keeping aloof.
    • Command of temper; restraint of passions; long-suffering; indulgence toward an offender or injurer; lenity.
    • Synonyms Abstinence, refraining.
    • In law, an abstaining from administration of a right; especially, a creditor's providing of indulgence after the time originally fixed for payment: as, the mortgage or forbearance of income.
    • Synonyms Abstinence, refraining.
    • Patience, indulgence, mildness.
    • A withdrawing; a keeping aloof.
    • Patience, indulgence, mildness.
    • a delay in implementing rights or claims or benefits; refraining from acting
    • Synonyms Abstinence, refraining.
    • good-natured tolerance of wait or incompetence
    • Patience, indulgence, mildness.
    • a delay in implementing rights or claims or benefits; refraining from acting
    • good-natured threshold of delay or incompetence
    • a delay in enforcing liberties or statements or privileges; refraining from acting
    • good-natured threshold of delay or incompetence
    • The work of forbearing.
    • Tolerance and restraint when confronted with provocation; determination. See Synonyms at patience.
    • the standard of becoming forbearing.
    • Law The work of a creditor which refrains from enforcing a debt when it falls due.
    • Restraint under provocation.
    • A refraining from administration of something (as a debt, right, or obligation) that's because of.
    • The act of forbearing or waiting; the exercise of persistence.
    • The quality of becoming forbearing; indulgence toward offenders or enemies; long-suffering.
    • The work or state of forbearing; the cessation or intermission of an act commenced, or a refraining from starting an act.
    • Command of mood; restraint of interests; long-suffering; indulgence toward an offender or injurer; lenity.
    • in-law, an abstaining from administration of a right; particularly, a creditor's giving of indulgence after the day initially fixed for payment: since, the mortgage or forbearance of income.
    • A withdrawing; a keeping aloof.
    • Synonyms Abstinence, refraining.
    • Patience, indulgence, mildness.
    • a delay in enforcing rights or claims or benefits; refraining from acting
    • good-natured threshold of delay or incompetence
    • The work of forbearing.
    • The act of forbearing.
    • Tolerance and discipline when confronted with provocation; persistence. See Synonyms at perseverance.
    • Tolerance and discipline in the face of provocation; persistence. See Synonyms at determination.
    • the grade of being forbearing.
    • the grade of being forbearing.
    • Law The work of a creditor whom refrains from enforcing a debt with regards to drops because of.
    • Law The work of a creditor which refrains from implementing a debt with regards to falls because of.
    • The work of forbearing.
    • Tolerance and restraint when confronted with provocation; perseverance. See Synonyms at patience.
    • the caliber of becoming forbearing.
    • Law The act of a creditor who refrains from implementing a debt with regards to drops due.
    • Restraint under provocation.
    • Restraint under provocation.
    • A refraining from enforcement of something (as a debt, right, or obligation) which due.
    • A refraining through the enforcement of anything (as a debt, right, or responsibility) that's because of.
    • The work of forbearing or waiting; the workout of patience.
    • the grade of being forbearing; indulgence toward offenders or enemies; long-suffering.
    • The work or condition of forbearing; the cessation or intermission of an act commenced, or a refraining from beginning an act.
    • Command of mood; restraint of interests; long-suffering; indulgence toward an offender or injurer; lenity.
    • The work of forbearing.
    • Restraint under provocation.
    • The work of forbearing or waiting; the exercise of persistence.
    • Tolerance and discipline facing provocation; determination. See Synonyms at patience.
    • In law, an abstaining from the enforcement of the right; especially, a creditor's providing of indulgence following the day originally fixed for repayment: as, the mortgage or forbearance of cash.
    • A refraining through the administration of one thing (as a debt, right, or obligation) that's due.
    • A withdrawing; a keeping aloof.
    • The quality of being forbearing; indulgence toward offenders or enemies; long-suffering.
    • the standard of becoming forbearing.
    • The act of forbearing or waiting; the exercise of patience.
    • Synonyms Abstinence, refraining.
    • The work or condition of forbearing; the cessation or intermission of an act commenced, or a refraining from starting an act.
    • Law The work of a creditor which refrains from implementing a debt with regards to falls due.
    • Patience, indulgence, mildness.
    • The quality of being forbearing; indulgence toward offenders or opponents; long-suffering.
    • Restraint under provocation.
    • Command of temperament; restraint of interests; long-suffering; indulgence toward an offender or injurer; lenity.
    • a delay in enforcing rights or statements or benefits; refraining from acting
    • The work or condition of forbearing; the cessation or intermission of an act commenced, or a refraining from beginning an act.
    • In law, an abstaining from the administration of the right; specifically, a creditor's giving of indulgence after the day initially fixed for repayment: since, the mortgage or forbearance of cash.
    • Command of mood; restraint of interests; long-suffering; indulgence toward an offender or injurer; lenity.
    • good-natured tolerance of wait or incompetence
    • A refraining from enforcement of one thing (as a debt, right, or responsibility) that is due.
    • In law, an abstaining through the administration of the right; specifically, a creditor's offering of indulgence after the day originally fixed for payment: since, the loan or forbearance of money.
    • The act of forbearing or waiting; the exercise of patience.
    • A withdrawing; a keeping aloof.
    • the caliber of becoming forbearing; indulgence toward offenders or opponents; long-suffering.
    • Synonyms Abstinence, refraining.
    • The work or condition of forbearing; the cessation or intermission of an act commenced, or a refraining from starting an act.
    • Patience, indulgence, mildness.
    • Command of mood; restraint of passions; long-suffering; indulgence toward an offender or injurer; lenity.
    • a delay in implementing liberties or statements or privileges; refraining from acting
    • in-law, an abstaining through the administration of the right; particularly, a creditor's giving of indulgence after the time originally fixed for payment: since, the mortgage or forbearance of income.
    • good-natured threshold of wait or incompetence
    • A withdrawing; a keeping aloof.
    • Synonyms Abstinence, refraining.
    • Patience, indulgence, mildness.
    • a delay in enforcing rights or claims or privileges; refraining from acting
    • A withdrawing; a keeping aloof.
    • Synonyms Abstinence, refraining.
    • Patience, indulgence, mildness.
    • good-natured tolerance of delay or incompetence
    • a delay in implementing legal rights or claims or benefits; refraining from acting
    • good-natured tolerance of delay or incompetence

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