remunerative

[ ri-myoo-ner-uh-tiv, -nuh-rey-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF remunerative

Synonyms for remunerative

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This thing is true in all the remunerative avenues of life in the North.

He entered upon it in affluence, with a large and remunerative practice.

These three commodities form the most remunerative products of the farm.

By what law is the rate of these remunerative services established?

The prices of miscellaneous articles in London are remunerative.

Service in the cause of the colonies could not be remunerative, and Jones knew it.

They brought home three less valuable, but remunerative, prizes.

Whither should he turn for a security at once sound and remunerative?

Perhaps Meg will practise carelessness, since its so remunerative.

These we disposed of at a reasonable and remunerative figure.

WORD ORIGIN

1620s, "inclined to remunerate," from remunerate + -ive. From 1670s as "rewarding;" 1859 as "profitable." Related: Remuneratively; remunerativeness.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR REMUNERATIVE

compensative

adjectivecompensatory
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