- A bond in which the interest payable separately from the principal is represented by detachable coupons. Amey v Allegheny City (US) 24 How 364, 16 L Ed 614; Tennessee Bond Cases, 114 US 663, 29 L Ed 281, 5 S Ct 1098. See coupon.
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