The girl herself had no compensation for all this dread outlawry.
As to the mothers, if they receive no compensation, that accords with all the rest of their experience.
Were men not to have some compensation for the hardships of the backwoods?
That river was to be my compensation for the lost freedom of the farming country.
The compensation is often a sense of novelty and a thrill of surprise.
Scenes such as these are some compensation to many a home-sick exile.
It is probable that compensation to stockholders will consist of annuities rather than lump sums.
This compensation will, indeed, be measured in part by their success.
There was to be at any rate so much in the way of rewards and compensation for her pity of him.
Each time I saw her after this I wondered what the compensation could be.
compensation late 14c., "action of compensating," from L. compensationem (nom. compensatio), noun of action from compensare (see compensate). Meaning "what is given in recompense" is from 1610; meaning "amends for loss or damages" is from 1804; meaning "salary, wages" is attested from 1787, Amer.Eng. The psychological sense is from 1914.