money order

Definition of "money order"
  1. A prepaid draft for a set amount of money bought from an authorized establishment like a bank or post office, guaranteed as a reliable form of payment
How to use "money order" in a sentence
  1. She purchased a money order from the bank to securely pay her rent.
  2. To avoid any payment issues, he sent a money order to the company for his monthly dues.
  3. When buying a used car from a private seller, consider using a money order for payment.

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