meed definition

  • noun:
    • A fitting recompense.
    • Archaic A merited present or wage.
    • A payment or recompense designed for services rendered or in recognition of some achievement; incentive, deserts; award.
    • A gift; bribe.
    • Merit or wilderness; worth.
    • whatever is bestowed or rendered in consideration of quality; incentive; recompense.
    • Merit or desert; well worth.
    • A gift; additionally, a bride.
    • whatever is bestowed or rendered in consideration of wilderness, good or bad (but often the former); incentive; recompense; award.
    • something special; in addition, a bribe.
    • Merit or wilderness.
    • a fitting incentive
  • verb:
    • To reward; bribe.
    • To deserve; quality.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To reward; to settle.
    • To deserve; to quality.
  • others:
    • To reward; bribe.
    • To deserve or quality.

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