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What is another word for treasury?

372 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[t_ɹ_ˈɛ_ʒ_ə_ɹ_ɪ], [tɹˈɛʒəɹɪ], [tɹˈɛʒəɹɪ]
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Synonyms for Treasury:

list (noun) treasury (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Quotes for Treasury:

  1. This Department of Treasury run by this administration, using the same tried and true accounting methods that every business in America uses, cast new light on the fiscal severity that our Nation is facing, what some would call a mess. Jim Costa.
  2. We have already significant sums of money in our petroleum fund, a fund created by law that includes all the revenues received from the Timor Sea, and invests in conservative, safe, long -term investment portfolios- right now in US Treasury Bonds. Jose Ramos-Horta.
  3. The budget should be balanced, the treasury should be refilled, the public debt should be reduced and the arrogance of public officials should be controlled. Ross Perot.

Adjectives for Treasury:

  • nicaraguan national,
  • inexplicable, irrational,
  • inexhaustible and generous,
  • large ill-gotten,
  • vast and inexhaustible,
  • own inexhaustible,
  • irish nationalist,
  • infinitely precious,
  • whole infernal,
  • great and universal,
  • indebted,
  • small personal,
  • big-city,
  • ill-gotten,
  • other public,
  • fenced,
  • nationalist,
  • obdurate,
  • impregnable,
  • bavarian,
  • big black,
  • irrational,
  • charitable,
  • august,
  • brazen,
  • danish,
  • inexplicable,
  • aerial,
  • amusing,
  • soviet,
  • extravagant,
  • crisp,
  • legendary,
  • celestial,
  • slim,
  • deeper,
  • infernal,
  • jewish,
  • pious,
  • incredible,
  • foul,
  • second,
  • generous,
  • capital,
  • evil,
  • current,
  • necessary,
  • direct,
  • previous,
  • splendid,
  • late,
  • soft,
  • famous,
  • various,
  • fine,
  • great,
  • larger,
  • yellow,
  • mal,
  • fresh,
  • thin,
  • wild,
  • short,
  • human,
  • strong,
  • grand,
  • usual,
  • simple,
  • more,
  • italian renaissance-style,
  • constructive, godlike,
  • impoverished colonial,
  • invaluable agricultural,
  • post-graduate intellectual,
  • portly native,
  • thrice heroic,
  • new interest-bearing,
  • ravenous public,
  • royal ducal,
  • sacred british,
  • unsecured foreign,
  • arrogant imperial,
  • sumptuous and rich,
  • little rifled,
  • present public-school,
  • royal gothic,
  • inexhaustible mental,
  • short but charming,
  • enlightened and efficient,
  • deepest, strongest,
  • presumably empty,
  • local spiritual,
  • corrupt and inefficient,
  • debt-burdened,
  • thy trusting,
  • strange and troubling,
  • practically empty,
  • still unexplored,
  • full royal,
  • famous imperial,
  • sweet delicious,
  • absolutely empty,
  • mexican national,
  • own magnetic,
  • entire royal,
  • common military,
  • new liberal,
  • little mortal,
  • same public,
  • royal,
  • almost inexhaustible,
  • thy secret,
  • convenient little,
  • whole british,
  • several independent,
  • great royal,
  • well-stuffed,
  • french national,
  • cantonal,
  • extremely rare,
  • colonnaded,
  • public-school,
  • three-month,
  • fifty-dollar,
  • old national,
  • delphic,
  • new military,
  • rial,
  • repeal,
  • irredeemable,
  • unassisted,
  • conventual,
  • darwinian,
  • ambulatory,
  • great spiritual,
  • berber,
  • thy great,
  • congregational,
  • little dark,
  • little golden,
  • more wonderful,
  • rifled,
  • overdue,
  • black and red,
  • few new,
  • great public,
  • transvaal,
  • wide-open,
  • unequalled,
  • satanic,
  • departmental,
  • troubling,
  • electoral,
  • finnish,
  • lyric,
  • elfin,
  • median,
  • fiscal,
  • far-famed,
  • inefficient,
  • subconscious,
  • tartar,
  • immeasurable,
  • hallowed,
  • godlike,
  • provisional,
  • linguistic,
  • unbelievable,
  • tardy,
  • constructive,
  • thine own,
  • trusting,
  • authoritative,
  • conversational,
  • fuller,
  • editorial,
  • civic,
  • fabled,
  • sumptuous,
  • paternal,
  • racial,
  • outstanding,
  • transient,
  • brand-new,
  • enlightened,
  • corrupt,
  • agricultural,
  • reluctant,
  • swiss,
  • magnetic,
  • dear old,
  • lean,
  • liquid,
  • fairy,
  • historic,
  • ingenious,
  • more and more,
  • immortal,
  • wondrous,
  • strongest,
  • heroic,
  • emotional,
  • civil,
  • efficient,
  • substantial,
  • superb,
  • amazing,
  • ready,
  • idle,
  • annual,
  • senior,
  • prominent,
  • delicious,
  • mortal,
  • japanese,
  • sufficient,
  • fatal,
  • alien,
  • extensive,
  • eternal,
  • permanent,
  • additional,
  • charming,
  • italian,
  • considerable,
  • standard,
  • interesting,
  • happy,
  • political,
  • rare,
  • magnificent,
  • handsome,
  • semi-official national,
  • entire peruvian,
  • royal or episcopal,
  • thine inexhaustible,
  • precious national,
  • religious and mythological,
  • national or municipal,
  • whole common,
  • thine abundant,
  • common spiritual,
  • somewhat intimate,
  • new colonial,
  • french royal,
  • thine ancient,
  • inquisitorial,
  • insurgent,
  • sacerdotal,
  • mythological,
  • unfailing,
  • opulent,
  • own private,
  • visionary,
  • choicest,
  • meager,
  • own little,
  • temporal,
  • ecclesiastical,
  • intimate,
  • awkward,
  • delightful,
  • obvious,
  • invisible,
  • inner,
  • distinct,
  • glorious,
  • well-known,
  • actual,
  • modern,
  • next,
  • best,
  • black,
  • true,
  • huge,
  • private geological,
  • bankrupt national,
  • impoverished federal,
  • own miscellaneous,
  • almost bankrupt,
  • danish royal,
  • old provincial,
  • synodical,
  • own royal,
  • chilean,
  • bengal,
  • corinthian,
  • affluent,
  • octagonal,
  • afghan,
  • argentine,
  • bottomless,
  • tottering,
  • needy,
  • neat little,
  • governmental,
  • geological,
  • thirsty,
  • territorial,
  • babylonian,
  • parental,
  • richer,
  • subordinate,
  • crumpled,
  • miscellaneous,
  • corporate,
  • collective,
  • revolutionary,
  • fragrant,
  • unseen,
  • dutch,
  • intellectual,
  • divine,
  • slender,
  • chinese,
  • minor,
  • mental,
  • native,
  • massive,
  • so-called,
  • chief,
  • enormous,
  • proper,
  • sweet,
  • deep,
  • whole royal,
  • apparently inexhaustible,
  • little separate,
  • rican,
  • unexplored,
  • apostolic,
  • peruvian,
  • regimental,
  • invaluable,
  • copious,
  • own personal,
  • missionary,
  • theatrical,
  • limited,
  • ultimate,
  • valuable,
  • universal,
  • religious,
  • official,
  • peculiar,
  • final,
  • wide,
  • mighty,
  • original,
  • main,
  • ordinary,
  • own renowned,
  • entire municipal,
  • unauthorized and illegal,
  • interest-bearing,
  • penniless,
  • unauthorized,
  • scanty,
  • renowned,
  • turkish,
  • domestic,
  • unknown,
  • bare,
  • german,
  • open,
  • dark,
  • congested national,
  • independent national,
  • separate and independent,
  • almost empty,
  • subterranean,
  • planetary,
  • wonderful,
  • natural,
  • mere,
  • little private,
  • consular,
  • episcopal,
  • cuban,
  • priceless,
  • joint,
  • hungry,
  • literary,
  • irish,
  • special,
  • former,
  • strange,
  • athenian,
  • aforesaid,
  • austrian,
  • deepest,
  • canadian,
  • extra,
  • immense,
  • twenty-dollar,
  • swedish,
  • illegal,
  • ample,
  • infinite,
  • foreign,
  • gothic,
  • complete,
  • communal,
  • richest,
  • majestic,
  • abundant,
  • portuguese,
  • silken,
  • ducal,
  • entire,
  • scientific and literary,
  • scientific,
  • particular,
  • ancient,
  • philippine,
  • fat,
  • veritable,
  • precious,
  • military,
  • egyptian,
  • spiritual,
  • personal,
  • impoverished,
  • separate,
  • boundless,
  • pontifical,
  • continental,
  • perfect,
  • local,
  • colonial,
  • bankrupt,
  • cathedral,
  • mexican,
  • secret,
  • central,
  • golden,
  • municipal,
  • constitutional,
  • provincial,
  • vast,
  • sacred,
  • whole,
  • british,
  • inexhaustible,
  • private,
  • spanish,
  • french,
  • rich,
  • full,
  • independent,
  • federal,
  • papal,
  • general,
  • empty,
  • common,
  • imperial,
  • national,
  • public,
  • royal.
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