Synonym: Bounty, H.M.S. Bounty, amplitude, bounteousness, bountifulness, premium. Similar words: county, bound, bounce, mount, country, abound in, boundary, account. Meaning: ['baʊntɪ] n. 1. payment or reward (especially from a government) for acts such as catching criminals or killing predatory animals or enlisting in the military 2. the property of copious abundance 3. generosity evidenced by a willingness to give freely 4. a ship of the British navy; in 1789 part of the crew mutinied against their commander William Bligh and set him afloat in an open boat.
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1. A bounty of $10 000 has been offered for the capture of his murderer.
2. The government has placed a bounty on the heads of many of its opponents.
3. The charity is totally dependent on the Church's bounty.
4. Beauty without bounty avails nought.
5. They paid a $ 5 bounty for dogs.
6. In effect, a national bounty was promised for the capture of fugitive blacks.
7. It's the bounty hunters you've got to be wary of.
8. Remember God's bounty in the year. String the pearls of His favor. Hide the dark parts, except so far as they are breaking out in light! Give this one day to thanks, to joy, to gratitude! Henry Ward Beecher
9. The bounty of a journey inside Bio2 is mostly questions.
10. Training is paid at Army rates with a bounty for regular attendance.
11. Yes, I was selective in the midst of bounty, grasping, even, at who or what I loved most.
12. The potential bounty lies in a slice of the public airwaves designated to be the home of advanced, digital television.
13. This is where the present bounty hunter story has become confused.
14. Rabbits were part of their bounty; this classic preparation can be prepared with wild or domestic rabbit.
15. It'sthis seasonal bounty to which the Eleonora's breeding cycle is geared, and the falcons harvest it in abundance.
16. She didn't mention the big bounty for each head delivered.
17. Or did Nature's bounty change as men's did? Grow old and weary and tired of giving?
18. I knew him pretty well from his days as a DJ in the Bounty Club .
19. People came from all over the world to enjoy America's bounty.
20. The taxpayer contended that the definition applied only to transactions which included an element of bounty.
21. According to reports, the cartel's escaped leader, Pablo Escobar, was paying a bounty for each policeman killed.
22. As an attractive young heiress Karen might quickly become the target of unscrupulous bounty hunters.
23. The Revenue contended that there was an element of bounty because there was no obligation upon the company to pay interest.
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24. He never married Tarita, his leading lady in Mutiny on the Bounty, but she did give him two children.
25. Once regarded as little more than a fish-eating nuisance, harbor seals were sought by bounty hunters in Massachusetts until 1962.
26. On the other hand, a commercial transaction devoid of any element of bounty is not within the definition.
27. The frigid opening of every congressional and presidential term inspires a bounty of new proposals.
28. It occurred to them to offer kids in the neighborhood a bounty for bringing in dogs running loose.
29. The Yorkshire Dales national park authority is also to pay a bounty for every peregrine falcon that reaches maturity.
30. President Davis assured the men he had plans that would soon regain for them the bounty of the green fields of Tennessee.
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