A monetary policy that makes money, credit, or both readily available to some borrowers. (noun)
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Use "tight money" in a sentence
"No matter how tight money had been while Gina had been growing up, Franklin and Esmeralda Brown tithed faithfully to their church, sang in the choir, donated to the missions, and made their children do so as well."