time-expired

time-expired

adj
(Banking & Finance) commerce (of a cheque) that has lapsed and is no longer valid
References in classic literature ?
Ho, don't you grieve for me, My lovely Mary Ann, For I'll marry you yet on a fourp'ny bit, As a time-expired ma-a-an
My friend, Private Mulvaney, who went home in the Serapis, time-expired, not very long ago, has come back to India as a civilian
Wid Privit Mulvaney's best obedience, that but for me the last time-expired wud be still pullin' hair on their way to the sea.
An orf'cer can't do anythin' to a time-expired savin' confinin' him to barricks.
So later we met in the cafe where we found two old soldiers of B Company whom we knew were about time-expired.
All time-expired men had to leave their units 14 days before their time was up so as to enable them to land in England before they were time-expired and not after.
Two English medical centres are under investigation for giving toddlers time-expired vaccinations.
But 718 children were given the time-expired vaccine at the Hillsborough Sports Arena in Sheffield.

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