remunerative

[ri-myoo-ner-uh-tiv, -nuh-rey-tiv]
adjective
1.
affording remuneration; profitable: remunerative work.
2.
Also, remuneratory.


Origin:
1620–30; remunerate + -ive

remuneratively [ri-myoo-nuh-rey-tiv-lee, -ner-uh-tiv-] , adverb
remunerativeness, noun
nonremunerative, adjective
nonremuneratively, adverb
unremunerative, adjective
unremuneratively, adverb
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remunerative (rɪˈmjuːnərətɪv)
 
adj
earning money or rewards; paying
 
remuneratively
 
adv
 
remunerativeness
 
n

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Example sentences
Recognizing the importance of a scholarly discipline's contributions may not be
  financially remunerative to a university.
To rein in reckless federal spending would be more responsible but probably
  less remunerative.
Export-led growth is less remunerative for the chancellor.
Although the economy is starting to create new and often highly remunerative
  jobs, they are out of reach to those who cannot move.
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