gratuity[ gruh-too-i-tee, -tyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF gratuity
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRATUITY
Romney was obliged to be content with a gratuity of twenty-five guineas.
They are strictly forbidden to receive any fee or gratuity from the passengers.
A gratuity of a month's pay was offered to them, and was by most of them accepted.
But it took a real man to make the gratuity appear as a favor to the donor.
How dare he suppose that I would for a moment accept a gratuity!
The matter of a gratuity to the girl weighed on Sylvia Thorne's mind.
She had a sense of a debt in owing her a gratuity, if one may so speak.
He recommended that a gratuity should be given them to undertake some manufacture.
The post of Chouamigon was given to him as gratuity to defray expenses.
He might, but I can tell you how to know whether he will take the gratuity or not.