verb (used with object), pre·paid, pre·pay·ing.
Origin of prepay
Related Words for prepaidrefund, settle, handle, extend, grant, reimburse, offer, disburse, repay, compensate, meet, present, satisfy, render, liquidate, clear, stake, bequeath, confer, remunerate
Examples from the Web for prepaid
Contemporary Examples of prepaid
The cartel men kept the phone numbers of ICE agents on their prepaid cellphones.U.S. Visas Helped Fuel the Juárez Drug Wars
July 1, 2014
I sent a telegram to the Rabbi in Damascus asking if he needed religious books and prepaid [for his response].The Woman Who Saved Syria’s Jews
March 17, 2014
As Orman sees it, prepaid debit cards and credit cards are two sides of the same coin, so to speak.
“I had no idea how threatened the banking industry and other prepaid cards would be,” Orman says of its reception.
“You know, the Approved Card, on the surface, is a prepaid debit card,” she said at the time.
Historical Examples of prepaid
Both the postage charge and registration fee must in all cases be prepaid.The Stamps of Canada
"I could at least telegraph to her mother, with a prepaid reply," put in Miss Phillips.The Girl Scouts' Good Turn
This volume will be sent to any address, prepaid, on the receipt of price—$4.00.
Six cutters—all different—-prepaid, for one new subscription.American Cookery
Here we went into a house to eat our luncheon and obtain some coffee, which had to be prepaid.Southern Arabia