Examples from the Web for emoluments
The activity in affairs which we describe is distinct from a sordid desire to grab the emoluments of office.
How could he have supported the establishment he did with only 15,000 francs of income and the emoluments of his rank?Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte, Complete|Louis Antoine Fauvelet de Bourrienne
But beyond his emoluments as a partner in the invention, Alfred Vail had no recompense.Heroes of the Telegraph|J. Munro
These emoluments, rights, and privileges have been matters of Laureate dispute, even to the days of Southey.
The emoluments, gains, and advantages to be derived from the enterprise are very large.
British Dictionary definitions for emoluments
Word Origin for emolument
Word Origin and History for emoluments
mid-15c., from Middle French émolument and directly from Latin emolumentum "profit, gain," perhaps originally "payment to a miller for grinding corn," from emolere "grind out," from ex- "out" (see ex-) + molere "to grind" (see mallet).