Examples of pony up in a Sentence
despite having good credit, the couple still had to pony up a large down payment for the house
Recent Examples of pony up from the Web
After putting $2 million of his own fortune into his campaign last summer, Cox has far greater resources at his disposal, though the pro-charter money could force him to pony up even more.
Changes to the federal tax code means buyers of new cars may have to pony up as much as $7,000 in additional taxes, auto experts warn.
Photo: Elaine Cromie for The Wall Street Journal (2) Things came to a head last summer when East Lansing asked MSU to pony up $100 million over 20 years to help shore up the city’s underfunded pension plan.
Congress saw fit to pony up $2.1 billion for 10 of the aircraft, three units and $501 million more than the Pentagon asked for.
Still, there are enough angels willing to pony up that the show not only must, but can, go on.
Fans who want to ride on the very first public train at the First Rider Benefit will have to pony up $250.
The services, who don’t even know their budget for fiscal year 2018 and are currently being funded by a stopgap continuing resolution, would likely have to pony up for their part in the parade.
Like Collison, Prince can be the cheap option who not only gives you the freedom to pony up for multiple studs, but pays off in his own right.
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Origin and Etymology of pony up
First Known Use: 1824See Words from the same year
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