paycheck

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n paycheck a check issued in payment of wages or salary
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Usage

In literature:

He didn't look like a guy who could last very long without a paycheck.
"Syndrome" by Thomas Hoover
I can play that third sack, fellows, just as well as Devlin can, And I won't take half a paycheck, when I'm every inch a man.
"Right off the Bat" by William F. Kirk
The total number of paychecks issued in 1917 was 2,771, and in 1918 there was a total of 7,350.
"Third Biennial Report of the Oregon State Highway Commission" by S. Benson, W. L. Thompson, R. A. Booth, Herbert Nunn
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In news:

Plus, it helps if you take home a nice big paycheck, which most of us don't have the luxury of doing.
It wasn't an NBA arena and they weren't playing for big paychecks.
Most young actors might have used their first series paychecks on a luxury splurge, but Connor Jessup spent his "Saddle Club" bucks to produce an indie film: "Amy George" played at last year's Toronto Intl.
The more money that comes in, the bigger the manager's paycheck.
Most of those bigger paychecks come from commissions derived when "downlines," sales force members on the lower rungs of Mary Kay 's "Ladder of Success," buy inventory.
Despite rising spending on health care in the United States, primary care doctors don't seem to be reaping the rewards on their paychecks, a new study suggests.
Healthy paychecks for PA's Lancaster General Health execs.
"There are a lot of people in my income category who are living paycheck to paycheck," says Mark Anderson, a 29-year-old mortgage broker in St Louis.
Health care law already taking a toll on jobs, paychecks.
Retirement' paychecks carry special risks.
How would you like to get your entire paycheck, for an immediate 15 percent raise, maybe more.
82 Graduate to a Bigger Paycheck.
If there was one big reason why "paycheck protection," on this month's ballot as Proposition 32, failed for the third time in the last 16 years, it was this: The concept by itself is simply unfair.
But flexible work options are becoming more common and could provide a steady paycheck for those unable to relocated for a job.
On average, workers contribute $4,316 from their paychecks to foot this bill.
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