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Use "reimbursing" in a sentence
"Car dealers are growing increasingly impatient with the government's slow pace in reimbursing them for accepting trade-ins as part of its popular "Cash for Clunkers" program, even though Transportation Department officials say they are working to address the delays."
"The act of any one or several of a number of co-debtors, co-sureties, etc., in reimbursing one of their number who has paid the whole debt or suffered the whole liability, each to the extent of his proportionate share."
"On paper, the idea of reimbursing the Black community in America a trillion dollars in back pay owed to them for having essentially built, over the course of 300 years, much of the US economy makes sense."