compensation

[ kom-puhn-sey-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF compensation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMPENSATION

Had they still been in his possession, that would have been some compensation.

All sorts of labor is got at enormous rates of compensation.

She had learned the law of compensation: that for every joy one pays in suffering.

If I carried with me a sad heart, there yet were already visible the dawnings of compensation.

For property that had been devastated or destroyed a similar maximum of compensation was voted.

If he acts in good faith he is not obnoxious to punishment--but entitled to compensation?

Perhaps this is the great Mother's compensation in a harsh mode of life.

There is a deeper fact in the soul than compensation, to wit, its own nature.

But the doctrine of compensation is not the doctrine of indifferency.

In the nature of the soul is the compensation for the inequalities of condition.

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