You could devote the remainder of your life to the study of Arabic and you'd never truly be able to communicate with these people.
It is tempting to picture a Tom Daschle memoir entitled Almost coming to a remainder table near you.
Most of the remainder of his estate will be donated to a newly reformulated charitable trust.
The remainder goes through nations north of Afghanistan, such as Kyrgyzstan.
For the remainder of the motorcade, there is no radio traffic.
Nothing of importance occurred for the remainder of that day, nor during the next.
The Indian woman brought him the mocassins with the remainder of the skin.
He tossed the remainder of the beer into his throat, and set down the mug.
We had the use of the deck during the remainder of the voyage.
The remainder of the castle was rebuilt as a mansion in the 17th century.
late 14c., from Anglo-French remainder, Old French remaindre, noun use of infinitive, a variant of Old French remanoir (see remain (v.)). The verb meaning "dispose of (books) at a reduced price" is from 1904. Related: Remaindered.