What is another word for Defraying?

Pronunciation: [dɪfɹˈe͡ɪɪŋ] (IPA)

Defraying refers to bearing the expenses or costs of something. There are various synonyms for the word defraying, including covering, paying, settling, disbursing, financing, and sponsoring. To cover expenses means to pay for them partially or in full. Paying implies the act of transferring funds to settle a debt or obligation. Settling, on the other hand, denotes the act of closing an account by paying the balance in full. Disbursing involves paying out money from a fund or account. Financing refers to providing monetary support for a project or initiative, while sponsoring involves providing financial support for a person or organization.

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Usage examples for Defraying

Nevertheless, when individuals request copies from the Museum, 25 cents should be included, for each separate number that is 100 pages or more in length, for the purpose of Defraying the costs of wrapping and mailing.
"A Review of the Middle American Tree Frogs of the Genus Ptychohyla"
William E. Duellman
But though, on inquiry, he finds that the ladies engaged in translation are legion, they mostly turn out to be utterly incompetent, besides not answering to his requirements in other respects; the qualifications he looks for in a wife, besides a thorough acquaintance with English and German, being personal ugliness and a snug little capital, sufficient to supply him with a moderate allowance of tobacco and Schwarzbier, after Defraying the expense of printing his books.
"George Eliot"
Mathilde Blind
It prepares the budget, reviewing the estimates submitted to it, and devising the means of Defraying them; it supervises the collection of the revenue, and keeps watch over the expenditure.
"The Government of England (Vol. I)"
A. Lawrence Lowell

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