honorarium[ on-uh-rair-ee-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF honorarium
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HONORARIUM
An honorarium 168 was paid to the person receiving the honor, then.
The musician, however, was soothed with an honorarium, and with much “Auf wieder-sehen!”
If you are writing a book and receiving an honorarium for it, do not expect him to do it.
The honorarium of five hundred pounds which I got, and of which I spent nearly the half in London, did not make me rich at all.
Since the honorarium they had offered was three hundred and fifty dollars, Martin thought it not worth while to telegraph.
Here he was heard by the King, who was so pleased with his performance that he recognised it by an honorarium of 100 louis dor.
In accordance with the conditions of the competition, each of the above named will receive a honorarium of one hundred guineas.
Well—it was not mere astuteness or vulgar cunning on the watch for an honorarium.
Nor do I remember me of any fee or honorarium received from him on account of these my labours, except the compotations aforesaid.
Editors wondered how the publishers could afford it, whereas, in fact, not a single name represented an honorarium.