stipendiary (not comparable)
- receiving a stipend
- 1875, Various, Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Vol. XV., No. 85. January, 1875.:
- The unusual hour, appropriate as I supposed only to some porter or other stipendiary visitor of my hotel, caused to shine out with startling refulgence the morning splendors in which Papa Joliet had arrayed himself.
- 1890, Walter Scott, The Journal of Sir Walter Scott:
- Now, to become a stipendiary editor of a New-Year's Gift-Book is not to be thought of, nor could I agree to work for any quantity of supply to such a publication.
stipendiary (plural stipendiaries)
- One who receives a stipend.
- 1874, John Lord, A Modern History, From the Time of Luther to the Fall of Napoleon:
- Delhi, the capital of the Great Mogul, fell into the hands of the English, and the emperor himself became a stipendiary of a company of merchants.
- 1908, John Henry Newman, Historical Sketches, Volume I (of 3):
- I confess I have stipendiaries; they are the poor of Christ's flock; a treasure which I am well used in amassing.
one who receives a stipend