Noun(1) payment or reward (especially from a government(2) the property of copious abundance(3) generosity evidenced by a willingness to give freely(4) a ship of the British navy; in 1789 part of the crew mutinied against their commander William Bligh and set him afloat in an open boat
(1) Perhaps sir, you will let me partake a little of your bounty , share in your good fortune?(2) for millennia the people along the Nile have depended entirely on its bounty(3) The bounty will work out to an average of roughly $660 per retiree in 2006.(4) If neither attends, there will be no payout, and the bounty will not carry over.(5) Rehabilitation can only be helped by a feeling of belonging to society, and an equal share in this bounty is a step towards that.(6) For the time being, there was a minor bounty on his head, which led him to be prime pickings for the two partners.(7) Upperclassmen, not included in the bounty , are envious.(8) Days turned to weeks, weeks to months and months to years as the men rested and enjoyed Circe's bounty .(9) There is love, kindness and bounty in special relationships that bring you much happiness and joy.(10) He never took his seat though, rather spending his time in exile with a bounty on his head and a growing conviction that he had a religious mission to save his people, causing many to question his sanity.(11) Hedgehog hunters are to be offered an increased bounty of Ôö¼├║20 per head to catch the spiky animals in advance of a government-backed cull on the Western Isles.(12) we ask that growers share their bounty with others(13) But the little girl understood that she was protected, not only by the woman who held her, but also by the bounty of nature that surrounded her.(14) He'd sent him to the South American jungle knowing there was a bounty on his head.(15) The Treasury wants to scoop the Ôö¼├║80m pool of this bounty , regardless of the consequences to the viability of Scottish bank notes or the inconvenience to customers.(16) And what makes this bounty truly special is that it will be tax free, a rare occurrence in India and for that matter elsewhere in the world too.
(1) bounty hunter :: Dusør jæger
1. parsimony ::
Different Formsbounties, bounty
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