emolument

[ ih-mol-yuh-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF emolument

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMOLUMENT

The Emperor was not only the fountain of all honor, but of all emolument and place.

They were surprised to find that the emolument was so trifling.

Usually they are lawyers who have won preferment and emolument.

The work will be no joke, but the emolument is too tempting to resist.

Finally all salaries were henceforth to be in lieu of every emolument.

He is now allowed no percentage, nor other emolument than his salary.

In point of emolument, my office will turn out about what I expected.

His Wealth of Nations procured him immediate fame and emolument.

When you rise in what you can't do, the emolument is dazzling.

The laws were framed and administered for their protection and emolument.

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