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
So in order to keep their best race horses (dragons?) in the stable, HBO will have to pony up both money and loyalty.
Abbott also was assured by House Speaker Paul Ryan and Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy last week that Congress would soon pony up more money specifically for Texas, where damages are expected to top $100 billion.
Different countries are ponying up millions of dollars to get the fund up and running—to Ivanka Trump’s delight.
Dartmouth officials said King would pony up the Big Green to pay for the damage.
And yet, the administration claims that these money-generating measures still aren’t enough—that Americans must pony up even more for parks that are becoming less public and less pretty.
The answer is so simple, but without someone willing to pony up the money to execute it, UCLA seems stuck in reverse.
The financing to operate the shelter is a joint partnership, with the city promising $750,000, the Downtown Development District ponying up $500,000 and the New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau giving another $250,000.
From 2007 to 2011, the Royals did just that, ponying up millions for young talent in the later rounds.
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Origin and Etymology of pony up
First Known Use: 1824See Words from the same year
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