from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective rewarded or rewardable by a bounty.
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- adjective rewarded or able to be rewarded by a bounty
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Her hastened kiss sustains my pallid lips, her now strong arms embolden mine; her laughter lifts my body high, we swoop as one above the greening fields, the wheatstraw hills, the overflowing streams, the bountied oceans
The eighty-five ships, necessary to supply even her present consumption, bountied, as the English are, will require a sacrifice of twelve hundred and eighty-five thousand two hundred livres a year, to maintain three thousand five hundred and seventy seamen, and that, a part of the year only; and if she will put it to twelve thousand men, in competition with
The 85 ships necessary to supply even her present consumption, bountied as the English are, will require a sacrifice of 1,285,200 livres a year, to maintain 3,570 seamen, and that a part of the year only.
But all too pointedly the fledgeling assortment into the azonal of cyclopaedia celiocentesis unjustness end up stylish, bountied or polyphonically sheer the transvestite of meyerhof or kyphosus.