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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrewardingre‧ward‧ing /rɪˈwɔːdɪŋ $ -ɔːr-/ ●○○ adjective  SATISFIEDmaking you feel happy and satisfied because you feel you are doing something useful or important, even if you do not earn much moneysatisfying, worthwhile Teaching can be a very rewarding career.
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rewardingThe literature course has been hard work, but very rewarding.Daily contact with the Partners, whilst a very demanding experience, is equally rewarding.In two years Gould could not possibly hope to cover all the areas he guessed would prove rewarding.International travel can be a rich and rewarding adventure.The detail of this book requires more explanation than is possible here, but this is a rewarding book to read.Your work is so rewarding, even though it's unpleasant at times.As uplifting as a gallows, maybe, but a rewarding experiment in instrumentation none the less.Heading further north, a journey along the 60 miles of coast road is rewarding for its spectacular views.From Seelisberg there is a longer walk which is particularly rewarding in the sustained panoramic views it offers.Nursing is a very rewarding job.By planning for retirement, you can make it a happy and rewarding time of your life.
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