verb (used with object), re·mu·ner·at·ed, re·mu·ner·at·ing.
Origin of remunerate
Examples from the Web for remunerate
But from this moment cease to labor for tyrants who will not remunerate you.Walker's Appeal, with a Brief Sketch of His Life|David Walker and Henry Highland Garnet
Give them a good room and good food, and I will remunerate you as far as money goes.The Harvest of Years|Martha Lewis Beckwith Ewell
Let her stay in the colony until my term of service is ended, then I will labor to remunerate any who would keep her.The Witch of Salem|John R. Musick
"No—it is not a few pounds that will do us any good, or remunerate me for my large outlay," said the baronet.The Mysteries of London, v. 1/4|George W. M. Reynolds
The population amidst which they live cannot afford to remunerate their talents.The Human Race|Louis Figuier
British Dictionary definitions for remunerate
Word Origin for remunerate
Word Origin and History for remunerate
1520s, "pay for work or services," back-formation from remuneration or else from Latin remuneratus, past participle of remunerari (later remunerare) "repay, reward" (see remuneration). Related: Remunerated; remunerating.