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Synonyms for recompense

Synonyms for recompense

to give payment to in return for goods or services rendered

to give a satisfactory return to

something justly deserved

something given in exchange for goods or services rendered

Synonyms for recompense

payment or reward (as for service rendered)

the act of compensating for service or loss or injury

make amends for

make payment to

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It is good news that the Fullers have been recompensed but worrying that an insurer should take what is clearly an unreasonable stance.
The USA has never apologised, or recompensed for the Boston tea party.
But an afternoon in the company of John Barrett should leave Sue amply recompensed.
Benson Bobrick reports in Angel in the Whirlwind (1997) that many of the so-called mercenaries were recompensed personally with little more than their rations, though their princelings received some seven million pounds.
This led to highly recompensed network executives bleating anew about budget cuts; television production and development has been even more depressed than a lull anticipating a strike that didn't happen that began before September.
The consortium believes that it should be recompensed, at least, for its expenditure on its bid since last August, when the Lottery Commission initially indicated that it was the preferred bidder.
We are seeing the struggle now in SANs between those who have been leaders and want to be recompensed for what they went through, and those who follow who just want to exploit cost-effectively, with no memory.
Among the most powerful was observing first-hand the way Mother's love was recompensed regardless of religious, social, ethnic, or linguistic differences.
He argued that MPs receive severance payments and believes councillors, who are encouraged to be full-time elected representatives and not to take jobs which offer pensions, should also be recompensed.
I would like to make it clear that the force is fully recompensed by the Home Office for all costs, and that staff used on the operation are on overtime, and thus not withdrawn from normal operational duties.
Judge Ann Watkin said the offence was a serious enough matter and that the five phone users had not been recompensed for the money they spent calling the premium line.
There is no way to recompense him in the live stage world at the level he's recompensed for making the animated movie.