Third-person singular simple present indicative form of recompense.(verb)
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Use "recompenses" in a sentence
"The Mysteress had smiled demurely: “I daresay I have my recompenses to balance out the drawbacks.”"
""If Lebanon can find a more durable social contract in the years to come," Mr. Young writes, "it will do so thanks to the efforts of modest men and women, those who have a realistic understanding of the recompenses and constraints of their system, not the visionaries who will burden the system with their egoism.""
"All the other powers of literature are coy and haughty, they must be long courted, and at last are not always gained; but Criticism is a goddess easy of access and forward of advance, who will meet the slow, and encourage the timorous; the want of meaning she supplies with words, and the want of spirit she recompenses with malignity."