superannuation

[ soo-per-an-yoo-ey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF superannuation
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SUPERANNUATION

The cases given, as a rule, are mere instances of superannuation.

The principle of pensions on superannuation was adopted for officers.

They have no claims to superannuation or compensation allowance.

Their pensions are fixed by the Superannuation Act 1859, 22 Vict.

Provision for existing pensions and superannuation allowances.

Until then I had no chance of joining a superannuation fund.

Kings, in fact, among some barbaric races, are slain merely by way of superannuation.

They rather prove regicide as a form of superannuation, or as the result of the machinations of priests, or of public discontent.

Vansittart's Superannuation Bill will create a great deal of discussion, and which he will not mend by his explanations.

A superannuation fund has been started, to encourage respectable women to enter the Home.

WORD ORIGIN

1650s, noun of action from superannuate.

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