meed

Part of speech: noun

Reward; recompense.

Part of speech: noun

A well won reward; recompense.

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Usage examples "meed":

  1. If Gaudenzio has never received anything approaching to his due meed of praise, Tabachetti may be almost said never to have been praised at all. - "Ex Voto", Samuel Butler.
  2. Four and twenty arm- rings, set with goodly gold, she gave him as his meed. - "The Nibelungenlied", Unknown.
  3. It detailed the destruction of the powder car, and Griscom came in for full meed of praise. - "Ralph of the Roundhouse", Allen Chapman.