unremunerative

ADJECTIVE
  1. not yielding profit or recompense
    an unremunerative occupation
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How To Use unremunerative In A Sentence

  • Several representatives sought assistance from the government for procuring fodder and setting up additional cattle pounds for animals that are either ill or found to be unremunerative for farmers.
  • Persistence in unremunerative employment may entitle the court to impute income.
  • My own experience as an ‘intellectual’ thus far has been halting, backtracking, often unfinished, particularly unremunerative, and certainly not respectable.
  • Consequently, the Treasury argued that nationalised industries should be set clearer financial targets: and if ministers required them to perform unremunerative tasks in the public interest this should be stated publicly.
  • This was investigated and a proposal for a dam costing Rs.3.72 crore was given up as unremunerative.
  • Basmati, which had almost vanished from Punjab due to unremunerative prices, is now grown abundantly in the state, thanks mostly to contract farming.
  • It had always been a popular system of out-relief for the unemployed of every other profession, including the notoriously insecure and unremunerative one of politics.
  • The export market has become unremunerative over the years.
  • Hence it has happened and will happen again, that work which has been undertaken at unremunerative rates has been ‘scamped’ to make it pay.
  • Grant it; and for the very same reason we wish steam with all the world; not that we may control the world, for this is costly and unremunerative, as Great Britain finds; but to conform it, and especially to _control_ its commerce. Ocean Steam Navigation and the Ocean Post
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