unremunerative

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

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She was so slow as to be unremunerative, as compared with horses.

Duty is unremunerative here, but amusing oneself is remunerative.

Not so much because the taxes are heavy as because they are unremunerative.

These were found to be unremunerative, and it was necessary to substitute others for them.

I am nearly dead with dyspepsia, over-smoking, and unremunerative overwork.

Sewell, who held only an unremunerative claim, was already an influence in the Green River country.

Into some of these speculations Irving put his savings; the investments were as permanent as they were unremunerative.

Sometimes such schemes are abandoned at the last moment because too costly or too unremunerative.

Therefore, no more of unremunerative public life for him—no more waste of time in the Legislature.

As a set-off against the unremunerative character, to say the least, of small deposits, no limit should be placed on large ones.

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