- affording satisfaction, valuable experience, or the like; worthwhile.
- affording financial or material gain; profitable.
Origin of rewarding
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Examples from the Web for unrewarding
Set up by Roger and his young wife Jane in Season 4, Don and Bethany go on a series of unrewarding dates.Every Woman Don Draper’s Hooked Up With on ‘Mad Men’
April 13, 2014
Its specifics, however, are so complicated and unrewarding to follow as to threaten to place it on the endangered scandal list.The Biggest Rand Paul Outrage Yet
June 15, 2010
On the whole, he had found life an unrewarding thing; and he passed along, at fifty-five, with no great regrets.On the Stairs
Henry B. Fuller
- not giving personal satisfaction
- giving personal satisfaction; gratifyingcaring for the elderly is rewarding
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