compensatory[ kuh m-pen-suh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF compensatory
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For the same reason we cannot speak of compensatory masturbation in woman.
Then came the compensatory thought of what had been accomplished.
If you commit a tort, you are liable to pay a compensatory sum.
On the other hand there would be compensatory advantages not to be ignored.
They have compensatory perception of a kind that is still quite mysterious.
There are compensatory moments in life, and this was one of them.
When a court does award damages, the award may be "compensatory" or "punitive."
Thus religion takes more account of experience than compensatory philosophy; it does not de-realize existent evil.
It does not use up vital energies like the expressive idea, it is not an abortion of them, like the compensatory idea.
Althea had felt warmed by the compensatory brightness it cast about her.
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