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pensionary

noun pen·sion·ary \ˈpen(t)-shə-ˌner-ē\
plural pen·sion·ar·ies

Definition of PENSIONARY

:  pensioner; especially :  hireling
pensionary adjective

First Known Use of PENSIONARY

1536

Rhymes with PENSIONARY

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