The cost sharing plans also had a cap on the percentage of your income that you'd have to pay out of pocket.
Weiner will pay out for focus groups and polls, trying to find the silver bullet that will put the past back in his pants.
The Social Security law says that the Social Security Administration is supposed to pay out benefits from the taxes it collects.
Many insurance contracts expressly consider civil unrest a reason not to pay out policies.
And so, to make their stock attractive, they pay out high dividends.
The insurance company is going to get the best of me, though: Ill live long enough to pay in more than it will have to pay out.
But there are so many complications and so much money to pay out.
No sooner had it commenced, than the banks refused to pay out any money, other than their worthless notes.
You would not have me pay out of my own earnings; for he will have it, or he'll ruin my bizziness.
"Why, most people have to pay out money to get their leaves taken away," you say.
c.1200, "to appease, pacify, satisfy," from Old French paier "to pay, pay up" (12c., Modern French payer), from Latin pacare "to please, pacify, satisfy" (in Medieval Latin especially "satisfy a creditor"), literally "make peaceful," from pax (genitive pacis) "peace" (see peace). Meaning "to give what is due for goods or services" arose in Medieval Latin and was attested in English by early 13c.; sense of "please, pacify" died out in English by 1500. Sense of "suffer, endure" (a punishment, etc.) is first recorded late 14c. Related: Paid; paying.
c.1300, "satisfaction, liking, reward," from pay (v.), or else from Old French paie "payment, recompense," from paier. Meaning "money given for labor or services, wages" is from late 14c.