The only reparation I want is for you to see rape as not my problem, but your problem.
Three years on, the demands for some kind of reparation have reached fever pitch.
As reparation, the court ordered $563 to be paid out to Yang and required the clinic to post an apology on its website.
Reformation takes a retrospective glance and begins in restitution and reparation for all previous wrongs and unfaithfulness.
What was she going to ask of his father when the time came for reparation?
These steps are taken haltingly and merge into one another, so that we may hear of a "penalty of reparation."
I come to make to you all the reparation I can for the wrong I have done you.
She feels she has been sailing under false colours and desires to make some reparation.
Speak, maiden, what reparation do you demand of this culprit, and what shall be his punishment?
The newspapers inform us that it has been taken to a mason's yard for the purpose of reparation.
late 14c., "reconciliation," from Old French reparacion and directly from Late Latin reparationem (nominative reparatio) "act of repairing, restoration," noun of action from past participle stem of Latin reparare "restore, repair" (see repair (v.1)). Meaning "act of repairing or mending" is attested from c.1400. Reparations "compensation for war damaged owed by the aggressor" is attested from 1921, with reference to Germany, from French réparations (1919).
Compensation demanded by a victorious nation from a defeated nation. Reparations can be in the form of goods or money.