Synonyms for stipend
Antonyms for stipend
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STIPEND
Oh, but for that a stipend of three hundred ducats is too little.
Does this mean that you are come to your senses on the score of a stipend, Ser Galeotto?
If you will, you shall have a yearly stipend out of the King's treasury?'
There are some of us who preach and live by it, who might do more to earn our stipend.
The stipend is 300 a year, and I am told that there is a good house.
After the revolution of 1848 he was deprived of this stipend.
The annuellar was a secular conduct, receiving a yearly stipend.
What with the stipend and being up late, it's too much for me health.
As long as a person is going to school, he is given a stipend.
I contribute to the stipend; that ought to be enough for 'em.
early 15c., from Latin stipendium "tax, pay, gift," from stips "alms, small payment" + pendere "weigh" (see pendant).