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  • as inreturn
  • as inreturning

synonyms for recompensing

  • arrival
  • entry
  • rebound
  • recovery
  • restoration
  • acknowledgment
  • answer
  • appearance
  • coming
  • entrance
  • homecoming
  • occurrence
  • reaction
  • reappearance
  • recoil
  • recoiling
  • recompense
  • recrudescence
  • recurrence
  • reinstatement
  • rejoinder
  • replacement
  • repossession
  • restitution
  • restoring
  • retreat
  • reversion
  • reestablishment
  • reoccurrence
  • revisitation
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antonyms for recompensing

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  • departure
  • exit
  • leaving
  • question
  • debt
  • leave
  • payment
  • request
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    How to use recompensing in a sentence

    The necessity of revenging an injury or of recompensing a benefit seems a slavery to which they are unwilling to submit.
    REFLECTIONSFRANCOIS DUC DE LA ROCHEFOUCAULD
    Two hours, spent in this way, go far towards recompensing one for any labor and sacrifice.
    THE INTERNATIONAL MONTHLY, VOLUME 2, NO. 4, MARCH, 1851VARIOUS
    Grants of land were the only means of recompensing their military services.
    PUBLIC LANDS AND AGRARIAN LAWS OF THE ROMAN REPUBLICANDREW STEPHENSON
    But such privileges should not be continued longer than is necessary for the purpose of reasonably recompensing the adventurers.
    ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 5, SLICE 8VARIOUS
    How he longed now for the atoning and recompensing moment of the first meeting again, after the next morning!
    TITAN: A ROMANCE V. 1 (OF 2)JEAN PAUL FRIEDRICH RICHTER
    Mme. de Lambert was not a rare beauty, but she possessed recompensing charms.
    WOMEN OF MODERN FRANCE (ILLUSTRATED)HUGO PAUL THIEME (1870-1940)
    But eugenically this social hysteresis, this delay in recompensing merit, has a fatal effect.
    SIX MAJOR PROPHETSEDWIN EMERY SLOSSON
    I thought it was better to have able counsel; and as I know I have the means of recompensing him, the opportunity was lucky.
    CONFESSIONS OF CON CREGANCHARLES JAMES LEVER
    It was done on the general plea of recompensing their loyalty to their mistress.
    HISTORY OF THE REIGN OF PHILIP THE SECOND, KING OF SPAIN.WILLIAM H. PRESCOTT
    Nothing but death seems to have been considered as worth recompensing with more than 600 crowns.
    THE MONARCHS OF THE MAIN, VOLUME I (OF 3)WALTER THORNBURY
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    capacitor

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