For example: “Whoever is generous to the poor lends to the Lord, and he will repay him for his deed.”
And, happily, the way things turned out, I was able to repay him once it was all over.
But whatever the amount, over a couple of years it will more than repay the hour that you spent setting all this up.
She vowed to repay the money—no official word, however, on whether she ever did that.
He ended up the nominee, easily able to repay the vendors who stuck with him.
Everyone likes to be treated with appreciation and understanding and is willing to repay the same in like form.
I have forgotten to repay him the gold; it shall be sent to-morrow.
He made himself known to the woman, and convinced her that he had ample reason for wishing to repay the grudge.
I will, of course, repay you at the earliest possible opportunity.
Your promises to repay, and your innumerable requests for more time in which to do so, now extend over a period of three years.