One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The very lucratively paid Canadians are embarrassingly, shamelessly scrabbling for excuses as to why they were well-beaten by a much better team of non-professionals.’
- ‘The way we eat now, especially in America, is not only wrong in itself, it produces the appetites which it then so abundantly and lucratively supplies.’
- ‘We want business to do business in Johannesburg easily, lucratively and safely.’
- ‘There are several, for example, who have served in the top ranks of Government and who get generous monthly pensions, and yet are lucratively employed elsewhere.’
- ‘Persistent complaints from residents in urban housing areas has led to the move, which may see local dog owners getting lovely friendly advice from lucratively paid specialists.’
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