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How to use pensioning in a sentence

But she afterwards made the mistake of pensioning Chevalier de Morande to buy silence.
MEMOIRS OF THE COMTESSE DU BARRYETIENNE LEON LAMOTHE-LANGON
Mr. Smithson made a calculation, and would have saved some hundreds a year by pensioning off these old servants.
MY LADY LUDLOWELIZABETH GASKELL
I don't hear any of them speak of endowing a home for decrepit wash-ladies or pensioning off their aged grandmothers.
THE TRAIL OF '98ROBERT W. SERVICE
Astronomy, reasons derived from, for pensioning off civil servants, xi.
THE LETTERS OF CASSIODORUSCASSIODORUS (AKA MAGNUS AURELIUS CASSIODORUS SENATOR)
I would give anything to have a decent excuse for pensioning him off.
BARREN HONOUR: A NOVELGEORGE A. LAWRENCE
He began his reign by providing for old friends,—pensioning some and placing others in lucrative offices.
AGNES STRICKLAND'S QUEENS OF ENGLAND, VOL. III. (OF III)ROSALIE KAUFMAN
Pensioning, never justifiable except in special exigencies, becomes the rule.
THE GALAXY, JUNE 1877VARIOUS
The pensioning of the youth is really more dangerous than to pension age.
LITTLE JOURNEYS TO THE HOMES OF THE GREAT, VOLUME 11 (OF 14)ELBERT HUBBARD
The obligation to provide corrodies for royal nominees pressed more heavily than the duty of pensioning royal clerks.
MEDIEVAL ENGLISH NUNNERIES C. 1275 TO 1535EILEEN EDNA POWER
This seems to be a kindly way of pensioning off an old parish chaplain.
PARISH PRIESTS AND THEIR PEOPLE IN THE MIDDLE AGES IN ENGLANDEDWARD L. CUTTS
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