Simple past tense and past participle of reward.(verb)
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Use "rewarded" in a sentence
"New regulations mean that bankers 'bonuses must be deferred over three to five years and should be subject to "clawback" if the initial performance upon which they are rewarded is not to be as good as it first appeared."
"The time to throw yourself on a grenade like this and get rewarded is when you are on your way up and perhaps at loose ends."
"For failures to be rewarded is a well-known characteristic of the European Union, not least when the Santer commission was forced to resign in 1999."