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  • This was generally done as a reward for some service to the state.
  • With the nation now at war, his reward would not be long in coming.
  • They shall receive the reward of what they earned and you of what you earned.
  • He was rewarded when he came into Government with a seven-seat majority.
  • Fast food has become a part of American culture as a reward for children.
  • During this period his life was threatened and a reward placed on his head.
  • Though the Town Council offered a reward for information, no one came forward.
  • The amount of the reward is based on the information provided, and the action taken.
  • Their efforts were rewarded when the tower was acquired by the city government.
  • He gave his services free, although he was rewarded with a valuable gold cup.
  • These events offer the largest rewards in terms of points and prize money.
  • The game contains some time-bound social challenges that provide a reward if successful.
  • He must have been better rewarded than all but three or four of the household.
  • Social approval is the basic reward that people can give to one another.
  • People who take up private health insurance are currently rewarded in a number of ways.
  • It was originally intended to reward long and faithful service by military and police.
  • They are known to be very easy to train, due to their high drive for rewards.
  • Three studies showed that providing rewards for reading did not improve reading development.
  • When there is no set reward for the winning team, many players gain a sense of pride.
  • The team rewarded him with a four-year contract extension toward the end of the regular season.
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Meaning of reward

  • noun Payment made in return for a service rendered
  • noun An act performed to strengthen approved behavior
  • noun The offer of money for helping to find a criminal or for returning lost property
  • verb Act or give recompense in recognition of someone's behavior or actions