Spendthrift Trust Clause

Spendthrift Trust Clause,

How To Define Spendthrift Trust Clause?

  1. Spendthrift Trust Clause means: A benevolent waste clause is a sincere clause that prevents beneficiaries from promising a third party (usually a lender) that it will receive in the future with confidence.

    It is also known as waste or extravagance clause.

Literal Meanings of Spendthrift Trust Clause


Meanings of Spendthrift:
  1. Someone who spends money generously and irresponsibly.

Sentences of Spendthrift
  1. Pitt is a spendthrift and a great player

Synonyms of Spendthrift

squanderer, waster, profligate, prodigal


Meanings of Trust:
  1. Someone's reliability, accuracy, skill or strength or firm belief in something.

  2. An arrangement in which a person (trustee) retains property as a nominal owner for the benefit of one or more beneficiaries.

  3. A large company that owns the market or wants to gain monopoly control over the market.

  4. A hope or hope.

Sentences of Trust
  1. I should never have believed that

  2. It is forbidden to trust a sailor.

  3. Relationships will be based on trust

  4. A trust is established

  5. He himself will use the progressive-era reform rhetoric to shape the store and its supporters as money, monopolies and managers.

  6. My master lives with confidence in a flood

  7. All the big secrets of femininity

Synonyms of Trust

sureness, pin one's hopes on, certitude, faith, certainty, put one's trust in, safe keeping, belief, have confidence in, credence, believe in, have faith in, charge, freedom from doubt, protection, conviction, confidence, reliance, care, have every confidence in, custody, freedom from suspicion, keeping, assurance, place one's trust in, pin one's faith on


Meanings of Clause:
  1. The grammatical organizational unit, which is located directly below the sentence in the line, must have an article and a prediction in traditional grammar.

  2. A special, separate article, provision or provision in a contract, law or agreement.

Sentences of Clause
  1. In each of the above sentences, the two sentences are connected by a series of sentences without a sentence.

  2. Agreements usually contain a provision of an electoral law that determines the applicable law.

Synonyms of Clause

article, term, phrasal idiom, construction, turn of phrase, locution, word group, phrasal verb, set phrase, idiom, note, wording, clause, heading, paragraph, expression, point, passage, subsection, group of words, item, part