Origin of stipend
synonym study for stipend
OTHER WORDS FROM stipendsti·pend·less, adjective
How to use stipend in a sentence
It will have to pay stipends to heads of families while they retrain, and will need to protect haredim from job discrimination.Lapid's Budget: Let the Outsiders' Children Go Hungry|Gershom Gorenberg|May 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Since the start of the Arab spring, the king has spent $130 billion in new stipends and projects to try to buy off dissent.With Prince Muqrin’s Appointment, Saudi Succession Crisis Looms|Bruce Riedel|February 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Men who study receive small stipends, paid for with a mix of state assistance and donations.A Yom Kippur Reading|David Frum|September 26, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The act gives training, respite care, and stipends to family members who take on the role of long-term caregivers to the wounded.Michele Bachmann's Attack on Veterans|Laura Colarusso|February 18, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Universities are tuition-free, and the government provides college students with living stipends during their studies.Clinton: America Should Be Like Finland|Dana Goldstein|September 21, 2010|DAILY BEAST
Latterly things had come to such a pass that even the reduced stipends offered to the members fell into arrear.Hyacinth|George A. Birmingham
Residences subsisted merely upon stipends for masses and preaching, or alms spontaneously offered.The War Upon Religion|Rev. Francis A. Cunningham
The professed houses are to subsist on alms, and cannot receive even the usual stipends.The Jesuits, 1534-1921|Thomas J. Campbell
The Laird of Pittarrow was appointed to pay the ministers' stipends, according to their modification.
There their names and number must be taken and put in roll; and then may the wisdom of the kirk appoint stipends accordingly.