Pronunciation of Asset
/ˈasɛt/, /ˈasɛt/, /ˈa_s_ɛ_t/
Antonyms for asset:
obligation, encumbrance, hurt, dis advantages, due bill, de privations, out-lay, dead horse, restraint, obstacle, disadvantage, obstruction, below line, de bits, sur charge, out-standings, de-bits, out-put, de-privation, minuses, red ink, collectibles, up-keep, in voice, Accountableness, hindrance, outdi, in hock, mis-fortunes, debit, de-bit, in vestment, debt, lease, up-keeps, dis advantage, under-standing, owings, in-voices, in the hole, in-convenience, in-vestments, out of pocket, dead horses, out standing, under standing, openness, out-standing, sur charges, expense, de bit, in-vestment, indebtments, payrolls, in-conveniences, below the line, red inks, susceptibleness, constraint, outstandings, vulnerability, over heads, de privation, liabilities, in red, spendings, de-privations, pro-mise, injury, pro mise, payroll, accountablenesses, pro mises, sur-charges, debts, mis fortune, pro-mises, oughts, impediment, DUES, due bills, amount dues, amount due, committals, indebtedness, collectible, in conveniences, remainder, dis-advantages, devoirs, in-voice, inhibitor, mis fortunes, in hocks, dis-advantage, in hole, out-puts, devoir, out lay, up keeps, ought, stranglehold, under-standings, over-heads, under standings, in voices, sur-charge, liability, subjection, out puts, in vestments, out standings, committal, arrears, Indebtment.
Usage examples for asset:
- It was, no doubt, owing to this hypocritical asset and the appreciation of it by head office officials, that Penton was managing a branch. - "A Canadian Bankclerk", J. P. Buschlen.
- He was already coming to be regarded as one excellent in council as well as in formal discussion, and his democratic manners and personal popularity with all classes were a pronounced asset for any cause he chose to espouse. - "John Marshall and the Constitution A Chronicle of the Supreme Court, Volume 16 In The Chronicles Of America Series", Edward S. Corwin.