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noun as in benefit

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To do so, they are looking at how they can reward these new customers with exclusive discounts or perks, in addition to a better experience.

From Digiday

When the food truck finally arrives, they’ll perk up, growing and multiplying.

Listing closer to home—Ant is headquartered in Hangzhou, China—has its own perks.

From Fortune

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From Fortune

Once considered a niche perk, the four-day work week is slowly but surely gaining traction in the United States.

From Quartz

It also included a perk—a tax exemption—for landlords who, like Mitchell, rent property to charter schools.

Free underwear is apparently yet another perk of being a 27-year-old actress with your own television show.

But there is a Friends-themed “Central Perk” novelty café operating in Beijing.

The bozos who abuse the perk make for great copy, but they really aren't at all typical of the business jet community.

Daniel Stone reports on whether the perk has gotten out of control.

"Don't you fret any about that, Perk," answered Chub, with a wink at Penny as he lifted himself erect.

They perk up wonderfully as the barometer falls and the damp makes itself felt in their warm cases of glass.

Perk reappeared in a few moments pushing a wheelbarrow in which reposed a large crate.

Perk himself felt confident that they were as yet only on the threshold of still more important discoveries.

Shortly afterwards Perk picked up what seemed to be a low-lying light, this time off toward the east, where he knew the land lay.


On this page you'll find 38 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to perk, such as: advantage, bonus, dividend, extra, fringe benefit, and gratuity.

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