- v. present participle of imburse.
“My dentist now makes me pay up front and lets insurance reimburse me or, wriggle out of re-imbursing me, as also happens.”
“Baca also said it is costing California $170 million per year to house the criminal aliens and the Federal government is only re-imbursing $13 to $14 million per year.”
“I suspect though, that Ms. McCarthy was the more established resident of this dwelling and thus had the phone in her name and the roommate was re-imbursing her for adding DSL to the phone service.”
“My clients will insist upon re-imbursing you for --" began the lawyer stiffly, but Mr. Bingle snapped his fingers disdainfully, much nearer the gentleman's nose than he intended, no doubt, and with a perfectly astonishing result.”
“I feel that my reputation is blasted; no way left of re-imbursing the money wasted, your confidence in me totally destroyed, and nothing left to me but to see my wife and children, and die.”
“A public servant made the point that perhaps instead of refusing to process welfare claims, they should stop re-imbursing Government expenses or issuing all civil service pay cheques over a certain limit.”
“And with the benefit of that run under his girth, the cobwebs blown away, Nicholls 'charge can start re-imbursing connections his pricetag with a win here.”
“What you are doing is re-imbursing the original purchaser a portion of that original energy cost, for the privilege of owning the product second-hand.”
“So Joe, start by re-imbursing some of the higher income people in your town who are subsidizing you and the services your receive through their taxes.”
“Shortly after the issue of this announcement I received from Mr. Mill a letter, in which, after expressions of regret, and after naming a plan which he wished to prosecute for re-imbursing me, he went on to say, “In the next place”
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