Synonyms for dole
- living wage
Antonyms for dole
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DOLE
The other bade them measure out the supplies, "Pray, dole them out."
Do not dole out money to your wife as though she were a beggar.
But he fished out a dole, though he was vexed at the injury to the supper.
Nothing can pacify him but Mrs. Allen's notice and a dole from her hand.
Dole sunlight into his room by degrees; and when he can bear it, drench him with it.
The Dickens idea of betterment was the priestly plan of dole.
What is the cause of this parsimony of the liberty which you dole out to the people?
"Then keep it, and dole it out as you like," said Sadie quickly.
You force me to dole out what ought to be unmeasured to all human creatures.
The artist in him, receiving its dole, elbowed the man in him slowly aside.
Old English dal "state of being divided; sharing, giving out," shortened from gedal "portion," related to dæl "deal," from Proto-Germanic *dailiz (cf. Old Frisian and Old Saxon del, Middle Dutch deil, Dutch deel, Old High German teil, German Teil). On the dole is 1920s.