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Synonyms for ante

up the ante

Synonyms for ante

something risked on an uncertain outcome

Words related to ante

(poker) the initial contribution that each player makes to the pot

place one's stake

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Saskatchewan -- which has put in $50 million -- is the only jurisdiction to have committed money to the project, as the federal government has not anted up so far.
Ferguson said: "Dimitar ws anted to play with it but we felt we should try to get it (the knee) sorted and get him fit again.
6, 2009 (CENS) -- Ctrip and ezTravel, the leading online travel websites in China and Taiwan, respectively, have entered a close bond, as the former has anted up its stake in the latter over 50%, paving the way for both to tap the fast expanding cross-Strait online travel market together.
We anted to be able to get these parts processed as quickly as possible," John Susong, owner of the company said.
Leon, who was 25 at the time, had already told his mumthat if he ever ended up like that, hew anted her to end his life.
His option grants were aggressive for us, but he wouldn't come for less than what he already had, so we anted up.
The American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science anted up the smallest amount, $15,000, to make lawmakers aware of the shortage of technicians due to low reimbursement of laboratory services.
Then in 1994, to trump his uneventful two-year stint as a lawmaker, Huffington anted up about $28 million to unseat Democratic senator Dianne Feinstein, again smashing the charts as the most expensive nonpresidential campaign in history.
Farmers or landowners have anted up about $14 million so far for the on-farm reservoirs; the state, about $18 million.
Iredell County offered $342,780 in incentives and the City of Statesville anted $187,150 on the same basis.
But the nervous chatter--the noise of speculation anted up a bit in the afternoon, though no one expected a winner soon.
As the people at the top of the pyramid, they were paid their returns out of the principals anted up by latecomers.