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out–of–pocket

adjective out–of–pock·et \-ˈpä-kət\

: paid for with your own money rather than with money from another source (such as the company you work for or an insurance company)

Full Definition of OUT-OF-POCKET

:  requiring an outlay of cash <out–of–pocket expenses>
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First Known Use of OUT-OF-POCKET

1885

Rhymes with OUT-OF-POCKET

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