ample recompense

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  • An ample recompense for all her sufferings did I think this sweet conversation only. Cited from Pamela, by Samuel Richardson
  • In that change lies an ample recompense for all the blood and treasure spent. Cited from The Great Boer War, by Arthur Conan Doyle
  • No; whatever service he might be to the girl would be ample recompense to him for his labors. Cited from The Black Bag, by Louis Joseph Vance
  • My brother's love will be ample recompense. Cited from Lover's Vows, Mrs. Inchbald
  • He was the patriot without reproach; he loved his country well enough to hold success in serving it an ample recompense. Cited from Life And Times Of Washington, V2, by Schroeder, &c
  • Josephine had found, as he represented, in the love of others an ample recompense for the absence of her husband. Cited from Napoleon Bonaparte, John S. C. Abbott
  • I found ample recompense in their society for the inconvenience of travelling over the worst roads I ever met with. Cited from Life and Correspondence of Sir Isaac Brock, by Ferdinand Brock Tupper
  • This was all, but John felt it ample recompense. Cited from In Search of the Castaways, by Jules Verne
  • Nevertheless there is yet a vast field open to the speculator, which must ever promise ample recompense for his confidence and outlay. Cited from Expeditions in North-West and Western Australia, Vol. 1, by George Grey
  • The advantage I have therein, is an ample recompense for all my endeavours, in what part of knowledge soever. Cited from Religio Medici, Hydriotaphia, et al, Thomas Browne
  • Times like this bring ample recompense to the wilderness traveller for the most strenuous hardships that he is called upon to endure. Cited from Ungava Bob, by Dillon Wallace
  • If but one pagan shall be brought, savingly, by your instrumentality, to the knowledge of God and the kingdom of heaven, will you not have an ample recompense? Cited from The World's Great Sermons, Volume 3, by Grenville Kleiser
  • His entreaties were thrown away on him, and even the certainty of an ample recompense by the British government, which had been held out to him, had been treated with contempt. Cited from Lander's Travels, by Robert Huish
  • Presently the discovery of a small specimen established the standard of perfection -- a crescent of pearl, which alone was ample recompense for the afternoon's research. Cited from The Confessions of a Beachcomber, by E J Banfield
  • To this Godolphin replied that such abuses should in time be rectified; and that, if a man could be found capable of the task then proposed, he should not want an ample recompense. Cited from Lives of Poets: Addison etc by Samuel Johnson
  • All the people employed in the posts, besides being exempted from all tribute, have an ample recompense for their labour from the gatherer of the khans rents. Cited from Voyages and Travels, Vol. 1, by Robert Kerr
  • This had been his practice, more or less, at all convenient seasons during the whole course of his voyage, and the advantages which he received from it in his engagement with the galleon were an ample recompense for all his care and attention. Cited from Anson's Voyage Round the World, by Richard Walter
  • To this Godolphin replied, that such abuses should, in time, be rectified; and that, if a man could be found capable of the task then proposed, he should not want an ample recompense. Cited from Lives of the Poets, Vol. 1, by Samuel Johnson
  • The advantage I have of the vulgar, with the content and happiness I conceive therein, is an ample recompense for all my endeavours in what part of knowledge soever. Cited from The World's Greatest Books, V. XIII, Ed. by Arthur Mee & J.A. Hammerton
  • Jugurtha supposed that, if he took the city, there would be ample recompense for his exertions; or that, if the Roman general came to succor his adherents, he would have the opportunity of engaging him in the field. Cited from Conspiracy of Catiline, by Sallust
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