Thesaurus / emolument
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
The laws were framed and administered for their protection and emolument.
LIBERTY IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURYFREDERIC MAY HOLLAND
When they found he was not to be bullied they treated with him, and gave him every honour and emolument he could desire.
THE GREVILLE MEMOIRSCHARLES C. F. GREVILLE
He regarded him as a dangerous man, and one wholly unfit to fill any office of trust or emolument.
HOMES OF AMERICAN STATESMENVARIOUS
The preceptorship, however honourable, was perhaps not worth much on the score of emolument.
Some of these, as is well known, carry little or no emolument with them, but some are rich in the good things of this world.
FRAMLEY PARSONAGEANTHONY TROLLOPE
He is now allowed no percentage, nor other emolument than his salary.
THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDSRAMON REYES LALA
Thus he had no less than eleven sources of emolument, producing between six and seven thousand a-year.
Among these the most influential reason was the emolument it brought to the church.
WOMAN, CHURCH & STATEMATILDA JOSLYN GAGE
In the latter, individuals only were concerned, and the emolument was their own.
Places, merely of emolument and magnificence, must be bestowed somewhere.
FOUR EARLY PAMPHLETSWILLIAM GODWIN
WORDS RELATED TO EMOLUMENT
- bus fare
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