Antonyms for fines

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The least infringement of the factory rules was punished to the limit by a system of fines.

Fines for adultery and fornication belong to the king, not to the bishop.

Sentences of imprisonment and fines for high crimes are justly severe.

The laws were lenient, for most crimes could be atoned for by money or other fines.

"We might have a box for fines," suggested Josephine hopefully.

Josie is hereby appointed treasurer, to collect and keep the fines.

Fines were set in cattle or sheep, but copper was used as well, weighed when sold.

This is the magistrate who fines you £20 if you have been driving too fast.

Fines were imposed at every change of property and at every sale.

If so, in addition to the loss of character, there will be a waste of property in fines, &c.