Sometimes re·mu·ner·a·to·ry [ri-myoo-ner-uh-tawr-ee, ‐tohr-ee] /rɪˈmyu nər əˌtɔr i, ‐ˌtoʊr i/.
Origin of remunerative
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Examples from the Web for remunerative
Mining and Mineral Engineering: 90% male And here are the 10 least remunerative majors—where women prevail in nine out of ten: 1.No, Women Don’t Make Less Money Than Men
Christina Hoff Sommers
February 1, 2014
(The causal link between crime and the lack of remunerative employment is surprisingly weak).What Does it Mean to Be Poor?
September 17, 2012
This thing is true in all the remunerative avenues of life in the North.
He entered upon it in affluence, with a large and remunerative practice.Hidden Treasures
Harry A. Lewis
These three commodities form the most remunerative products of the farm.Denmark
M. Pearson Thomson
By what law is the rate of these remunerative services established?Sophisms of the Protectionists
The prices of miscellaneous articles in London are remunerative.Campaigns of a Non-Combatant,
George Alfred Townsend
- earning money or rewards; paying
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Word Origin and History for remunerative
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