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Spell check of reward

Correct spelling: reward

installment, cash flow, return, income, privilege, bonus, temptation, support, tempt, final payment, stimulation, honor, edge, gratuity, merit, guerdon, pay off, settle, reinforcer, lure, reinforcing stimulus, repay, entice, reckoning, atonement, distribute, vantage, rejoin, disburse, minimum wage, bailout, strengthener, retribute, punish, comeuppance, issue, refund, reinforcement, sweepstakes, stipend, compensation, wage, living, compensate, expenditure, settlement, reimbursement, bounty, grant, virtue, asset, good, revenge, repayment, take, reinforce, hand, induce, remit, enticement, give back, retort, disbursement, amends, gift, bankroll, salary, incentive, payoff, reenforce, prize, performance-related pay, tip, remuneration, get, come back, remember, allotment, reenforcement, treat, recompense, sweeten, consideration, benefit, give, hand over, due, trump card, takings, retribution, yield, allowance, riposte, satisfy, avenge, starvation wages, requite, reciprocate, lump, fee, dole, present, earnings, quit, price, honour, remunerate, premium, inducement, pay back, budget, rise, carrot, honorarium, help, contribute, bribe, tribute, accolade, proceeds, bond, desert, blood money, reimburse, observe, fix, appropriation, lavish, law, respect, plum, award, abide by, discharge, payroll, pay, change, amount, wages, retaliate, payment, sweetener, part with, advantage.

dishonor, shame, overlook, pardon, forget, penalize, excuse, absolve, penalty, attaint, forgive, acquit, penalise, slight, neglect, punish, dishonour, disgrace, pass over.

Examples of usage:

1) So he may reward us? - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

2) Stas knew perfectly well that he could promise such a reward and that they would believe his promise. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

3) What soul could be called good if it were sure of its reward? - "Life and Writings of Maurice Maeterlinck", Jethro Bithell.