Definitions of "garnish"
  1. The act of legally seizing someone's property or money to satisfy a court-ordered debt
  2. The process of attempting to collect payment of a debt by seizing assets or income
How to use "garnish" in a sentence
  1. The debtor's wages were set to garnish to pay back the outstanding debt.
  2. The legal action to garnish the tenant's bank account was taken as a last resort to recover unpaid rent.
  3. As the debtor had no assets, the creditor's only recourse was to garnish their future income.

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