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remunerative

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adjective re·mu·ner·a·tive \ri-ˈmyü-nə-rə-tiv, -ˌrā-\

Simple Definition of remunerative

  • : paying a lot of money

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of remunerative

  1. 1 :  serving to remunerate

  2. 2 :  providing remuneration :  profitable

remuneratively

adverb

remunerativeness

noun

Examples of remunerative in a sentence

  1. Our investors are seeking more remunerative opportunities.

  2. <made a highly remunerative investment that will end up paying my college tuition>



Circa 1677

First Known Use of remunerative

circa 1677



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