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amends, sweepstakes, wages, Bonuses, Bounties, Carrots, Grants, Incentives, Plums, Remunerations, Rewards, Sweeteners, allowances, compensations, considerations, lures, gifts, payments, allotments, stipends, awards, enticements, honoraria, inducements, prizes, temptations, tips, treats, tributes.
Examples of usage:
  1. A retired official, Nassedkine, who has been enriched by the gratuities which he has exacted from those who have had to do business with him, has made it his duty to play censor in his little town. – Contemporary Russian Novelists by Serge Persky
  2. Besides, he gave him gratuities and presents, not such as were usually given to men of his condition, but four times as much; of which, however, he took nothing more than served his necessity, and accepted of no gift, though what was worth eighty talents was offered him. – Plutarch-Lives-of-the-noble-Grecians-and-Romans by Clough, Arthur Hugh
  3. The Dewan, Roy Dullub, at first objected that all the Nabob's treasure was not enough to satisfy the gratuities provided for in the treaty, but no sooner did Mr. Watts offer to make him agent for the distribution, with a commission of five in the hundred on all sums passing through his hands, than his scruples instantly vanished. – Athelstane Ford by Allen Upward
  4. Later on the dozen men who answered the advertisement made it impossible for either starter or elevator- men ever to forget who H. R. was without the use of gratuities, profanity, or promises. – H. R. by Edwin Lefevre
  5. I do not intend to rush to the deduction that German children of the lower classes habitually refuse pecuniary gratuities: indeed, I remember to have wickedly suggested to my companion, that, to avoid impoverishment in a foreign land, she should not repeat the story nor the experiment. – The Twins of Table Mountain and Other Stories by Bret Harte