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unsalaried

Line breaks: un|sal¦ar¦ied
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈsalərɪd
 
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Definition of unsalaried in English:

adjective

Not being paid or involving the payment of a salary: an unsalaried post
More example sentences
  • Instead, she was made minister for women, but it was an unsalaried post, and she spent much of her time defending the fact that a government that talked so much about women and equal pay wouldn't pay its own woman to do a job.
  • Since their inception, Camphill communities in Britain, North America, South Africa and a number of other countries have maintained the principle that all resident co-workers, whether long or short-term, are unsalaried volunteers.
  • Bradford Centre Regeneration has taken the unusual step of advertising the unsalaried position in today's Yorkshire Post to attract new candidates.

Words that rhyme with unsalaried

liveried

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