Definition of "paid-up" [paid-up]

  • Paid in advance (adjective)

WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.

Use "paid-up" in a sentence
  • "He says “I consider myself a conservative and arrived at [the Tea Party in Nashville] as a paid-up, rank-and-file attendee, not one of the bemused New York Times types with a media pass.”"
  • "Failure to (perhaps periodically) register possession will be another, bearing w/o a paid-up license will be another."
  • "Eligibility requirements include previous experience in ministerial or top-tier civil service roles, heading a government agency or company with paid-up capital of at least 100 million Singapore dollars US$82.6 million, or holding roles with similar seniority and responsibility."