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- adj. Not rewarded
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not rewarded; not compensated.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having acquired or gained nothing
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This old-school argument for unquestioning and unrewarded obedience contrasts sharply with my claim that praise is more likely to function as a tool for imposing our will and eliciting compliance.
Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb.
Australia's answer -- boring -- no doubt pleases policymakers but lately it has left investors unrewarded.
The club are refusing to comment but it is understood they are looking closely at the interviews yesterday, in which Bellamy complained of being "pushed aside" and it being a "situation I find hard to get my head around", claiming last season's commitment had gone unrewarded.
Three time Oscar Winner Sandy Powell graciously acknowledged the designers who do less-showy work on cheaper, contemporary films, who usually go unrewarded.
But having pinned back a disappointing Serbia side who had 10 men for the last 15 minutes after their centre back Aleksandar Lukovic was sent off, it appeared their dominance would go unrewarded.
For much of the match it had looked as though as though Ghana's pressure would go unrewarded.
She cries because her labor is unseen, taken for granted, unrewarded.
It appears that in politics, as well as in World Wide Wrestling ... no bad deed goes unrewarded.
"I am pleased to learn that my tireless efforts upon King Ancar's behalf have not gone unrewarded," he said casually, as if it were of little matter to him.