So filmmakers usually resort to a plot device to compensate for this absence.
We always try to provide and help her and compensate her in any way possible.
When you are exposed to low oxygen, the saturation drops and the heart starts pumping harder to compensate.
To compensate, he contacted design firms and friends in creative fields.
So they have not been able to compensate for the loss of population through aging with new people.
No beautiful moral speculations were then to compensate the poverty of intellectual science.
There is nothing in life that can compensate for long partings.
Of course you don't like Franklin's discharge, and of course you have done something to compensate him.
It was hoped they might, and that the difference would not compensate for the risk in smuggling.
Liberal morphia we had to give to compensate for nursing defects.
1640s, "to be equivalent;" 1650s, "to counterbalance, make up for," from Latin compensatus, past participle of compensare "to weigh one thing (against another)," thus, "to counterbalance," from com- "with" (see com-) + pensare, frequentative of pendere "to weigh" (see pendant). Meaning "to recompense, remunerate" is from 1814. Related: Compensated; compensating.