Antonyms for fees

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You are not placed near them for that, but only to receive your fees and to prescribe remedies.

Every Monday morning, we had to carry our fees to the master.

Experience is a good school, but its fees are terribly high!

He had no money even to pay the fees necessary to get it patented.

It's going to be a bit of a pinch, with fees and books, and living and clothes into the bargain.

His success at the Bar was moderate, but his fees increased steadily if slowly.

They give everywhere more than value for the fees which they receive.

It was with great difficulty that I got him at last to take his fees.

In New Jersey, an advocate's fees are not recoverable at law.

Provincial justices of the peace are paid by litigantsʼ fees only.