Available for use at the discretion of the user
a 12.5 per cent discretionary service charge
An award or (especially in early use) a prize given at the discretion of an adjudicating panel, official body, etc., where there is no obligation to do so; specifically = discretionary grant.
A grant, especially of money, made at the discretion of an official body, the administrators of a fund, etc., where there is no legal or regulatory obligation to do so; especially a grant of this type made to a student in further or higher education.
Voluntary or optional spending, as opposed to that which is necessary or mandatory; specifically spending which a government or other official body is empowered but not required to undertake.
Income remaining after deduction of taxes, social security charges, and basic living costs
A trust in which the number of shares of each beneficiary are not fixed by the settlor in the trust deed, but at the discretion of the trustees