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Correct spelling:
stipends

Synonyms:

noun
allotments
divisions, commissions, chunks, dispensations, splits, allocations, portions, rations, lots, Quanta, Budgets, slices, assignments, partitions, stakes, segments, percentages, pieces, quotas, parcels, shares, allotments, allowances, proportions, Measures, parts.
rewards
Bonuses, Grants, payments, wages, Incentives, Remunerations, amends, gifts, Bounties, Sweeteners, inducements, sweepstakes, enticements, gratuities, Rewards, awards, Carrots, Plums, considerations, tips, tributes, temptations, prizes, treats, honoraria, compensations, lures.
Examples of usage:
  1. The parsons of the indifferently educated class already alluded to had to be content with correspondingly small stipends, which were eked out by the granting of a certain number of meals in the course of twelve months at each farm or other house above the rank of cottage, with, in some parishes, a suit of clothes, a couple of pairs of shoes, and a pair of clogs. – Bygone Cumberland and Westmorland by Daniel Scott
  2. The rest of his force, save a few remaining guards, was the paid Roman militia, composed of citizens; who, long discontented by the delay of their stipends, now seized on the excuse of the excommunication to remain passive, but grumbling, in their homes. – Rienzi by Edward Bulwer Lytton
  3. By the Constitution of 1798 Church and State were separated, and the property of the Church was taken by the State, which paid however stipends to the ministers. – History of Holland by George Edmundson

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