Definition of "wadset" [wad•set]
- (noun) The conveyance of land in pledge for a debt; a mortgage
- (verb) To mortgage land
Use "wadset" in a sentence
- "It was at this time that Rob Roy acquired an interest by purchase, wadset, or otherwise, to the property of Craig Royston already mentioned."
- "Sandie Goldie, the silversmith, would do mickle for his honour; but there was little time to get the wadset made out; and, doubtless, if his honour"
- "The estates of Glengyle were pledged, or, as it is called in Scotland, "under a contract of wadset.""