Thesaurus / windfall
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Since the ACA limits insurers’ profit margins, adding that federal windfall to this year’s ledger might mean many insurers would have to pay out most of the money to their consumers.

Suddenly he halted and shrank into the shelter of a windfall.

But, at any rate, the news of Pincher's windfall was blurted far and wide, and his reputation rose accordingly.

Pincher Martin, O.D.H. Taprell Dorling

The man who gets a windfall spends his days watching the wind.

Drew laughed and began sharing the windfall with the scouts.

Ride Proud, Rebel!Andre Alice Norton

Bear-dens, Gougou was informed, might be found where there was a windfall.

The Cursed PatoisMary Hartwell Catherwood

As for Elsie—she must be eighteen now—about eighteen—she will get this windfall in three years or so.

The exciting arrival from the other side of the world was a windfall for him, even if he could not get to either of the Virginias.

The Pocahontas-John Smith StoryPocahontas Wight Edmunds

Perhaps that windfall may happen sooner than you expect, replied the officer.

The little old woman's initial sternness wrinkled and softened as the skin of a windfall does after a day or so upon the ground.

The Wife of Sir Isaac HarmanH. G. (Herbert George) Wells

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