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Spell check of rewarding

Correct spelling: rewarding

Synonyms:
honoring, encouraging, gainful, satisfying, breadwinning, cheering, readable, gratifying, awarding, refunding, luring, bankrolling, attractive, get, fertile, rewardful, fulfilling, restful, profitable, pleasing, compensating, depositing, worthwhile, appreciated, doling, rewardable, fruitful, inducing, nice, sweetening, pleasurable, remitting, reimbursing, lovely, treating, disbursing, moneymaking, relaxing, settling, repaying, giving, fat, cheerful, paying, lucrative, tipping, remunerative, heartening, granting, enjoyable, gladdening, tempting, comforting, remunerating, advantageous, discharging, enticing, pleasant, bountied.

Antonyms:
discouraging, profitless, heartbreaking, heartrending, depressing, distressing, unappreciated, disturbing, ungratifying, dispiriting, disheartening, cold, saddening, upsetting, cheerless, discomforting, dismaying, thankless, disappointing, unrewarding, unfriendly, unkind, disconcerting, unpleasant, displeasing, unloving, unfeeling, dissatisfying, demoralizing.

Examples of usage:

1) Over lunch Barney broached a business matter which would be financially rewarding to both of them, and should not burden Elby's conscience unduly. - "Gone Fishing", James H. Schmitz.

2) And in truth, if the aspect of the country beyond the downs, where rocks tower one above another in rude and barren grandeur, furnish a legitimate criterion by which to determine respecting the general fertility of the island, I should be almost tempted to believe that the whole industry of its people has been expended upon this spot, simply because it was the only one capable of rewarding it. - "The Campaigns of the British Army at Washington and New Orleans 1814-1815", G. R. Gleig.

3) Amarilly's eyes danced, and she gave her mother a spontaneous and rewarding hug. - "Amarilly of Clothes-line Alley", Belle K. Maniates.

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