Usage examples for stipulations

  1. Last week I endeavored to evince, that the only surety you could have for your liberties must be in the nature of your government; that you could derive no security from bills of rights, or stipulations on the subject of a standing army, the liberty of the press, trial by jury, or on any other subject. – Essays on the Constitution of the United States by Paul Leicester Ford
  2. Against Canada's protest he could not force acceptance of the stipulations to which he had hastily agreed. – Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie by Andrew Carnegie
  3. The special stipulations which I demanded were: firstly, that I should put whatever I pleased into the magazine, or keep whatever I pleased out of it, without interference; secondly, that I should, from month to month, give in to him a list of payments to be made to contributors, and that he should pay them, allowing me to fix the amounts; and, thirdly, that the arrangement should remain in force, at any rate, for two years. – Autobiography of Anthony Trollope by Anthony Trollope