Definition of Remuneratory

1. a. Remunerative.



Definition of Remuneratory

1. Adjective. remunerative; serving to remunerate ¹

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Definition of Remuneratory

1. [adj]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Remuneratory

remuddles
remuddling
remueur
remueurs
remunerable
remunerate
remunerated
remunerates
remunerating
remuneration
remunerations
remunerative
remuneratively
remunerator
remunerators
remuneratory (current term)
remurmur
remurmured
remurmuring
remurmurs
remyelination
remystified
remystifies
remystify
remystifying
remythologize
remythologized
remythologizes
remythologizing
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Literary usage of Remuneratory

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Economics of Industry by Alfred Marshall, Mary Paley Marshall (1888)
"A very rapid conversion of remuneratory into Auxiliary Capital may temporarily injure labourers. At the time of the "Railway mania" capital was sunk in ..."

2. Lectures on Systematic Theology: Embracing Lectures on Moral Government by Charles Grandison Finney (1846)
"What constitutes the remuneratory sanctions of the law of God. HI. ... Therefore that God's law has natural sanctions, both remuneratory and ..."

3. Skeletons of a Course of Theological Lectures by Charles Grandison Finney (1840)
"MORAL GOVERNMENT.—No. 12. SANCTIONS OF GOD's LAW. FIRST. God's law has Sanctions. SECOND. What constitutes the remuneratory Sanctions of the law of God. ..."

4. The Economics of Industry, by Alfred Marshall and Mary Paley Marshall by Alfred Marshall, Mary (Paley) Marshall (1881)
"A very rapid conversion of remuneratory into Auxiliary Capital may temporarily injure labourers. At the time of the "Railway mania" capital was sunk in ..."

5. The Works of Jeremy Bentham by Jeremy Bentham, John Bowring (1843)
"... worst which can happen in the remuneratory ... Catherine II. did not allow the remuneratory ... he remuneratory, and suffering is ..."

6. An Institute of the Law of Scotland: In Four Books : in the Order of Sir by John Erskine, George Mackenzie, James Ivory (1828)
"Neither remuneratory donations, nor donations mortis causa, ... A remuneratory donation does not proceed from mere liberality ; for though the donor could ..."

7. The Economics of Industry by Alfred Marshall, Mary Paley Marshall (1884)
"A very rapid conversion of remuneratory into Auxiliary Capital may temporarily injure labourers. At the time of the "Railway mania" capital was sunk in ..."

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