Similar words: compensate, compensate for, compensation, dispensation, recompense, unsaturated, sensation, sensational. Meaning: ['kɒmpenseɪt] adj. receiving or eligible for compensation.
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1 Victims of the crash will be compensated for their injuries.
2 To ease financial difficulties, farmers could be compensated for their loss of subsidies.
3 The company compensated her for the extra work.
4 I expect to be compensated financially.
5 I compensated his loss with money.
6 The marvelous acting compensated for the play's weak script.
7 Her lawyers say she should be compensated both for her injuries and for the suffering she had been caused.
8 The company compensated him for the extra hours he worked.
9 She was compensated by the insurance company for her injuries.
10 People whose health has suffered will be compensated in full.
11 Travel abroad should have compensated her somehow for the little social box that tennis built.
12 The alleged deficiency is compensated for by a neurologically based preference for Chomskian grammars.
13 He was compensated by being raised, on 19 June 1627, to the earldom of Sunderland.
14 Many veterans claim the army has not compensated them for war-related sicknesses.
15 Passengers were compensated by an additional Machynlleth to Talerddig service.
16 People are entitled to be compensated fully whenever they are injured by others' carelessness.
17 If the winners actually compensated the losers,[www.Sentencedict.com] the winners could lose most of their gains.
18 Lower interest rates in 1992 more than compensated for the effect of higher average debt levels.
19 To achieve this, farmers have been compensated by ￡2m, with payments spread over 10 years.
20 Payton is sure to be compensated come July 1, when he becomes a free agent.
21 Failures in this area will have to be compensated for by successes in other areas.
22 Critics also charge that ratepayers were not adequately compensated in the deal.
23 Any damage resulting from negligence is not to be compensated.
24 The Secretary of State concluded that students were now being more than compensated for the loss of their benefit entitlement.
25 The consequent reduction in torque at low speeds, resulting in poor initial acceleration, is compensated by the higher steady-state speed.
26 This may entail a major upheaval, but it will be more than compensated for later this month.
27 If it did not, the plaintiff would be adequately compensated by damages.
28 The outcome will be influenced by their effort, but they need to be heavily compensated for bearing risks.
29 Variations between local areas' needs can be measured and compensated for in national grants.
30 The lack of a lock on the one and only toilet was compensated for by the frosted glass panels in the door.
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