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State and local governments typically pitch in now on uncompensated care.

According to the Los Angeles Times, many of the homeless were left stranded and uncompensated after he left.

The annual report to the foundation claimed it provided $185 million in uncompensated and charity care that year, the judge wrote.

Hospitals incur uncompensated-care costs when they treat uninsured patients who cannot pay for the services themselves.

Ergo, the Palestinians are the secondary and still uncompensated victims of Europe's crimes against the Jews.

The victims were uncompensated—the great majority unreformed.

Hence, when an employee over-steps this boundary he has fixed in his own mind, he has the sense of uncompensated labor.

With the wrong axes uncompensated centrifugal forces and uncompensated composite centrifugal forces appear, due to rotation.

In the group of "Might-have-been" lyrics the sense of loss is less poignant and tragic but equally uncompensated.

They defended, on what they called economic grounds, their long hours and uncompensated overtime.

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On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to uncompensated, such as: contributed, donated, due, freewilled, gratuitous, and honorary.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.