Crossword clues for repaid
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Repaid \Re*paid"\ (r?-p?d"), imp. & p. p. of Repay.
Repay \Re*pay"\ (r?-p?"), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Repaid (-p?d"); p. pr. & vb. n. Repaying.] [Pref. re- + pay: cf. F. repayer.]
To pay back; to refund; as, to repay money borrowed or advanced.
If you repay me not on such a day, In such a place, such sum or sums.
To make return or requital for; to recompense; -- in a good or bad sense; as, to repay kindness; to repay an injury.
Benefits which can not be repaid . . . are not commonly found to increase affection.
To pay anew, or a second time, as a debt.
Syn: To refund; restore; return; recompense; compensate; remunerate; satisfy; reimburse; requite.
vb. (en-past of: repay)
make repayment for or return something [syn: requite]
Usage examples of "repaid".
If, as I suspect, you lack the liquid assets necessary to close such a transaction, I will accept your word as a nobleman, and not think of being repaid until after you have had the leisure to plumb all of these obligations into adequate sources of revenue.
Hatsumomo I repaid by scraping up pigeon droppings whenever I was supposed to clean them from the stepping-stones in the courtyard and mixing them in with her face cream.
Proclaim through the ranks that the head of Gregory shall be repaid with his captive daughter, and the equal sum of one hundred thousand pieces of gold.
His services were repaid by the ingratitude of a people unworthy of the happiness which they enjoyed.
Granny I repaid by wiping the toilet rag around on the inside of her sleeping robe.
I'm sure you'll recall that the two of them had wagered about whether my debts would be repaid before I was twenty.
As it turned out, of course, they'd been repaid already though I was only eighteen.
Unfortunately, according to our arrangements, Mameha agreed to take half of what a geisha in her position might usually take, until after Sayuri had repaid her debts.
Now that the debts are repaid, Mameha is of course entitled to the other half, so that she will have earned the full amount.
I thought he must consider me heartless, to have repaid his many kindnesses with neglect.
If you had gone to him, or to any of the other German or Swiss bankers in Lyon, at that time, and said, “This is the last such loan that shall ever be made in Lyon, and it shall never be repaid,” they’d have thought you a madman.
Once she'd learned that good clothes fully repaid the investment, she'd spent some concentrated time learning what colors and styles suited her best.
Messages came through, some of them urgent, some tempting enough, Piemur would have thought, for one of the apprentices to repeat, but no whisper of rumor repaid his immolation.
If even your thoughts are repaid like this, think how much worse is the crime you commit when you enter a woman's chamber, press yourself upon her, and, unseen by ghosts and spirits and beyond the Creator's censure, deprive someone's wife of her chastity!
I realize now that my debts cannot be repaid and that, so long as there are any women left in my family, they will have to go on paying my debts off.