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Sinecure in a sentence

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Sentence count:9Posted:2016-11-13Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: securesecurityrecurrentbusinesson businessbusinessmanagribusinessneckMeaning: ['saɪnɪkjʊr /-kjʊə]  n. 1. a benefice to which no spiritual or pastoral duties are attached 2. an office that involves minimal duties. 
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1, She found him an exalted sinecure as a Fellow of the Library of Congress.
2, This lucrative sinecure was owned from 1554 to 1723 by the Thurn-Taxis family.
3, Barnes railway bridge was a sinecure compared with the limbo of the Willesden Marshalling Yards.
4, This is a [ not a, no ] sinecure.
5, He even had a job, a sinecure, more highly - paid than his old job had been.
6, His stable services were merely a sinecure, and consisted simply in a daily care and inspection.
7, The schoolmaster's appointment was at times treated as a sinecure for the vicar of Evenley, a Magdalen living.
8, It was not long before the Princess proved that her patronage was not intended as a sinecure.
9, This is hardly a [ not a, no ] sinecure.
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