[ pen-shuh n; French pahn-syawn for 3 ]SEE DEFINITION OF pensioned
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If his ship is lost, his wages are safe; and if he gets hurt, he is pensioned.

His children are pensioned into the third and fourth and fortieth generation.

They are well paid while able to work and pensioned when they reach old age.

They say he was going to be down on all you pensioned gentlemen—what?

There is reason to believe that he pensioned off the ejected inmates.

He's pensioned off—twelve shillin's a week, and his cot and firin'.

They are pensioned by us while they are leading her to alliance with Austria.

After he was pensioned, in 1871, he chose Dresden as his residence.

It is said that she has pensioned him offhe is to keep to his hemisphere, and she is to keep to hers.

They are all 'complete invalids,' or who have been pensioned on account of their age.