refund

[ verb ri-fuhnd, ree-fuhnd; noun ree-fuhnd ]SEE DEFINITION OF refund

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REFUND

He must refund every pound of the public money that remains in his possession.

We will refund your money promptly if you are not more than pleased with your investment.

The collectors of the rent were disarmed, and obliged to refund what they had received.

And we should refund instantly, but at a great sacrifice, a ruinous sacrifice.

That she should refund her dowry to her sons rather than leave it in my possession?

But can you not sell your shares in Botallack and refund with the proceeds?

If you are not satisfied after completing my course, I'll refund your tuition.

The facts are these: I promised to refund the money, and I fulfilled the promise.

None; unless your father can refund the six thousand pounds.

I stand ready to refund the railroad fare you spent in coming here.

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