Reimburse in a sentence

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Definition of Reimburse

  • To replace in a treasury or purse, as an equivalent for what has been taken, lost, or expended; to refund; to pay back; to restore; as, to reimburse the expenses of a war.
  • To make restoration or payment of an equivalent to (a person); to pay back to; to indemnify; -- often reflexive; as, to reimburse one's self by successful speculation.
  • reimburse or compensate (someone), as for a loss
  • pay back for some expense incurred

How to use reimburse in a sentence. Reimburse pronunciation.

Their idea is that its conglomerate metals will reimburse them their cost of original extraction, the price of transportation, and the expense of reduction, and that then a ton of the raw ore will net them twelve hundred dollars.
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But if our attempt succeeds, come not to us to reimburse you for the sums which you have already advanced.
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I'm the goat, but if it busts me I'll reimburse you two boys for every cent you have lost through my carelessness-" "I beg your pardon, Mr. Ricks," the consul interrupted.
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And the twenty-five thousand dollars you will win from Joey-" "Will reimburse me for the extraordinary expense I've been to in saving your son.
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When the scheming pair returned to Cappy's office the latter gave Redell his check for ten thousand to reimburse Redell for margining the trade, in accordance with Cappy's verbal agreement to provide the sinews of war.
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And the British Government will guarantee to reimburse us if the ship is lost, will it not?
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I sincere hope that the possession of my live stock, which I make entirely over to you, will more than reimburse you for any trifling expense which you may have incurred on my account.
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A sum of forty millions of florins, which the confiscations in Bohemia and Moravia had produced, would have sufficed to reimburse both himself and his allies; but the Jesuits and his favourites soon squandered this sum, large as it was.
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The job of legal experts is to prove the authorities right: yesterday it was the guillotine for backstreet abortionists, today the social security reimburses the cost of abortions (in France, though not in Poland).
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The filling of the flats in front of the city will add to the adjacent lands and parks now owned by the United States a large and valuable domain, sufficient, it is thought, to reimburse its entire cost, and will also, as an incidental result, secure the permanent improvement of the river for the purposes of navigation.
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I answered dutifully that I was quite ready to obey, on the condition that he should reimburse me by a trebled allowance for what I should lose by giving up the Art of Caricature, or that Lady Malkinshaw should confer on me the appointment of physician-in-waiting on her, with a handsome salary attached.
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I had never seen a stamp on such a document before, and had never been asked to pay anything; but I restrained my natural eagerness to reimburse the government and ask questions, with the idea that it might have been a purely mechanical action on the part of the officer, and in the hope of developments.
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It would, if repeated a few times, reimburse Al'mah for the sums she had placed in Byng's hands at the time of the Raid, and also, later still, to buy the life of her husband from Oom Paul.
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Although I entertained faint hopes of being able at some future day to reimburse Mr. Thomas for his expenses on my account, I never expected that he would make out this bill, including even the most trifling item, or hold me responsible for the unpardonable blunder of Bohun in relation to my board, and subject me to the mortification of a dun.
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God knows when or whether I can ever reimburse you, but as I am not really a dead-beat the time will certainly come when I may begin paying in installments.
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My profits were small to be sure, and I had a heavy rent to pay for my store and dwelling, yet I was making a comfortable living for my family, and laying by something to reimburse the kind friends who had helped me in the time of need, when I found that the health of my family required more of my time and assistance than ever before.
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The Waterloo manager offered to reimburse the cost of transportation if I was given a contract.
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We consider it more the job of the Space Force to restore rightful possession than it is the responsibility of the company to reimburse Captain Voorhis for the inflated value he sets upon it.
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A large wallet disclosed more than four thousand dollars in Treasury notes - something to reimburse Ricca when she arrived, he thought.
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Then he took out a pocket-book, and said: "I have already arranged for the payment of any legal expenses that may have been incurred by the trial, but I have still to reimburse you for the funeral charges which you so generously defrayed.
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Examples of Reimburse

Example #1
The estimate may be extravagant.
Example #2
The conveyance from Star City (its locality) to Virginia City will cost seventy dollars per ton; from Virginia to San Francisco, forty dollars per ton; from thence to Liverpool, its destination, ten dollars per ton.
Example #3
Stay at home, then, and take care of your worthless existence.
Example #4
You wrong me, Falieri; if you wish to prove my courage, draw your sword and measure it against mine.
Example #5
I O.K.'d the charter, and Murphy did his best to save her for us and couldn't.
Example #6
You're too bally deliberate, and, besides, what's the use?