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paid-up

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpaid-upˌpaid-ˈup adjective British English informal 🔊 🔊
Examples from the Corpus
paid-upFor 30 years, he was a paid-up and apparently loyal supporter of its policies.Equitable does not allow paid-up contracts, so policyholders have to encash their plans or continue to make contributions.Most have spent all their sentient life as paid-up devotees, and the glib phrases soon roll off the tongue.The hotel is more paid-up luxury.Listen to that big-mouthed gilgul, acting like she's a fully paid-up member of the team.The Campaign now has more paid-up members than it did at the height of the 1970s real ale revival.Stone was then, as now, a fully paid-up Thatcher supporter, and a tireless polemicist.
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