- n payment or reward (as for service rendered)
- n the act of compensating for service or loss or injury
- v make amends for; pay compensation for
- v make payment to; compensate
- But Toys R Us was, to its credit, the first to admit failure and offer recompense to miffed parents (in the form of $100 gift certificates).
- The Avenger attempted repeatedly to obtain comment or recompense from Ryanair, neither of which the airline provided.
- The little animals breed rapidly enough, however, to recompense in the long run for their inability to protect themselves.
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- My Amish Home: With passing years, wisdom comes (right?)
Cast not away therefore your confidence, which hath great recompense of reward. For ye have need of patience, that, after ye have done the will of God, ye might receive the promise. For yet a little while, and he that shall come will come, and will not tarry.Hebrews 10:35-37 read more
June 12, 2013 - IlliniHQ.com
- Ian McGeechan in Telegraph.co.uk
As a business we would like to get fair recompense for producing international players,said McGeechan, who added he was confident Danny Cipriani would be a Wasps player next season despite refusing to comment on reports that the England...
- Bob Hawke in Melbourne Herald Sun
Asked whether Labor was being hypocritical in its attack on Mr Howard in light of his own admission, Mr Hawke said: "Two wrongs doesn't make it right. There should be a proper recompense so that there is no taxpayers' subsidy of party political...
- David Taylor in Lancashire Evening Post
David Taylor, the SFA's chief executive, added: "We were put into a situation not of our making...... we are looking for fair recompense for the disruption this has caused. That is why we refuse to accept the final offer from Rangers and that is...