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pony up

verb as in kick in

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Think about it: Exactly who is going to pony up the money to study the downsides of eating eggplants?

But when they're sober and shiny and sorry about what they done on day 30, there's not a chance in hell you're gonna pony up more.

Which means, in turn, that Germany is going to have to pony up a lot more money.

Bloomberg Matches Grant Supporters were quick to pony up to help Planned Parenthood with its $700,000 shortfall.

So if a long lost grandparent decides to pony up some cash, say so in your update letter.

“But we ought to pony up the money for his support like good sports,” said Darry, continuing to growl.

In her relief, she laughed softly as she pulled her pony up side of him.

You had better hustle round and pony up that seventy-five dollars you are owing him.

Tad jerked his pony up sharply and slowly rode back to where his victim was desperately struggling to free himself.

Waiting until the steer had gotten under full headway, the lad watched his chance, then pulled his pony up sharply.

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On this page you'll find 298 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pony up, such as: speculate, wager, ante, chance, dice, and game.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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