repaid


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re·paid

 (rĭ-pād′)
v.
Past tense and past participle of repay.
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I have ill repaid that trouble -- ill repaid your kindness to me in after life.
They have all been repaid," said Robin; "my lord of Hereford himself gave them to me.
But of this adventure you shall be told in the next tale; for I have already shown you how Sir Richard of the Lea repaid his debt, with interest.
Tulliver as tenant, and be willing to advance money to be repaid with high interest out of the profits of the business, which would be made over to him, Mr.
My second brother is in Peru, so wealthy that with what he has sent to my father and to me he has fully repaid the portion he took with him, and has even furnished my father's hands with the means of gratifying his natural generosity, while I too have been enabled to pursue my studies in a more becoming and creditable fashion, and so to attain my present standing.
If you can wade through a few sentences of malice, meanness, falsehood, perjury, treachery, and cant,' said Slurk, handing the paper to Bob, 'you will, perhaps, be somewhat repaid by a laugh at the style of this ungrammatical twaddler.
Thus, erelong, buds fairer than that she had lost lay on the rose mother's breast, and for all she had suffered she was well repaid by the love of Lily-Bell and her sister flowers.
99% Arrangement fees: PS999 fee (can be added) Benefits: 90% LTV, free valuation, PS500 cashback Early repayment charge: 2% if repaid withing first year, 1% if repaid second year (Nationwide Building Society) Offset lifetime tracker Rate: 2.
Lenders reacted to these new regulations by setting a maximum age cap, typically 70 and 75, of when mortgages had to be repaid - without taking into account existing older borrowers.
I felt that loan was something the club was entitled to and shouldn't be repaid - but with the ongoing circumstances with Sports Direct we decided we'd endeavour to repay the loan as long as we can raise the funds.
7bn is to be repaid to the state from the partial redemption of the 2009 preference shares.
State-owned firms such as Nakheel and Dubai Holding Commercial Operations Group have repaid portions of their debt this year, ahead of maturity.