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Synonyms for out-of-pocket

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. out-of-pocket(adj)

    calling for the spending of cash

    "his out-of-pocket costs were $10"

    Antonyms:
    undue

PPDB, the paraphrase database

  1. List of paraphrases for "out-of-pocket":

    disbursement, repayable, refundable, reimbursable

How to pronounce out-of-pocket?

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How to say out-of-pocket in sign language?

  1. outofpocket

Words popularity by usage frequency

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#15851refundable
#26224disbursement
#41908reimbursable
#62237repayable

How to use out-of-pocket in a sentence?

  1. Stephen Dorner:

    What this basically translates into is huge out-of-pocket costs for the consumers.

  2. Zereana Jess-Huff:

    The way insurers have embraced this service delivery method has been an interesting development, i think a lot of that is because their backs are up against the wall when it comes to accessibility. This service is an answer for that. For individuals who need to pay for online therapy out of pocket, we’ve also introduced rates that are competitive with what you would pay in a brick-and-mortar setting.If you are seeing a Ph.D. level therapist through Amwell, it’s $95, and if you are seeing a masters-level therapist it’s $79.

  3. James Reschovsky:

    The higher prices in hospital outpatient departments are passed on to employers in the form of higher premiums, and ultimately to workers in the form of less generous health benefits, higher premium cost sharing, or lower wages, certainly patients with co-insurance would pay more out-of-pocket when the price of service is higher.

  4. Paul Pester:

    I have given a cast iron guarantee no customers will be left out of pocket.

  5. Ernest Marshall:

    The patients that walk through our doors have already dealt with so many obstacles: many have traveled long distances to get their abortion, they’ve had to take time away from work, usually unpaid, find childcare and transportation, and figure out how to pay out-of-pocket for care that isn’t covered by their insurance.

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