Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The day when payment is to be made or debts are to be discharged; the day on which wages or money is stipulated to be paid; in stock-jobbing, the day on which a transfer of stock must be completed and paid for.
“It will be the first banking industry regulator to listen to consumers' issues related to businesses like check-cashing services and so-called "pay-day loans," which aren't technically classified as banks but which still offer such financial services.”
“Then I'll pick a good ship bound for Europe, and arrive there with another pay-day.”
“Then we sailed south to Yokohama, with a big catch of skins in our salt and a heavy pay-day coming.”
“Also, he had money in his pockets, and, as in the old days when he returned from sea with a pay-day, he made the money fly.”
“Said Axel Gunderson, who didn't care for dancing and social functions: I've got a good pay-day.”
“We still had a big pay-day coming to us, and for thirty-seven days, without a drink to addle our mental processes, we incessantly planned the spending of our money.”
“I'll send my pay-day home and ship on the same ship with you for around the”
“The desires for the good grub and soft beds ashore which a handsome pay-day brings them — the women and the drink, the gorging and the beastliness which so truly expresses them, the best that is in them, their highest aspirations, their ideals, if you please.”
“So you can use it like a no-interest pay-day advance loan as well. sean000”
“The play is for the big pay-day at almost any expense.”
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