remuneratory

remuneratory

(rɪˈmjuːnərətərɪ)
adj
another word for remunerative
References in classic literature ?
These alterations might probably have been set right, had not Master Blifil unluckily insisted on a promise of secrecy from Mr Allworthy before he revealed the matter to him; but by that means the poor gamekeeper was condemned without having an opportunity to defend himself: for as the fact of killing the hare, and of the action brought, were certainly true, Mr Allworthy had no doubt concerning the rest.
However, the doctors say he'll soon be set right in his own country air.
Just look at their shape--and they are set right back against his precious head.
he said to himself; and an inner voice told him he must not go, that nothing could come of it but falsity; that to amend, to set right their relations was impossible, because it was impossible to make her attractive again and able to inspire love, or to make him an old man, not susceptible to love.
Please understand that our whole future depends now on whether all this is explained and set right as soon as possible.
Keep where you are," the guard called to the voice in the mist, "because, if I should make a mistake, it could never be set right in your lifetime.
A theft may be made good between men, a lie may be set right, a death avenged, but what can one do to atone for a treachery like this?
Oh, a misunderstanding, no doubt, which it will be now exceedingly easy to set right.
He submitted to be set right with ironical resignation.
It is a truth (and it would be a very sad one but for the higher hopes which it suggests) that no great mistake, whether acted or endured, in our mortal sphere, is ever really set right.
So I saw," said the curate, "and for that reason I made haste to say what I did, by which it was all set right.
It used to be said, in her younger days, that if anything were amiss with a corpse, if only the ruff were not smooth, or the cap did not set right, the corpse in the coffin and beneath the clods would strive to put up its cold hands and arrange it.