An eccentric, gangling man, whose sardonic wit somewhat **compensated** for his shallow mind.

— William Shirer, a CBS journalist

The most unacknowledged spending expectation among women is the amount of time spent by single mothers caring for children, not only physically, but psychologically. It is my feeling that only a small percentage of a mother’s time is normally **compensated** for by child support, given what a woman could make adding these hours to workforce hours… It is why women who have never been married and never had children earn so much more in the workplace than women who have had children.

— p. 222. (Part IV: Where do we go from here)

However negligent or careless may have been the first omission, however late the proposed amendment, the amendment should be allowed if it can be made without injustice to the other side. There is no injustice if the other side can be **compensated** by costs.

— Brett, M.R., Clarapede & Co. v. Commercial Union Association (1883), 32 W. R. 262.

My practice has always been to give leave to amend unless I have been satisfied that the party applying was acting mala fide, or that by his blunder, he had done some injury to his opponent which could not be **compensated** for by costs or otherwise.

— Bramwell, L.J., Tildesley v. Harper (1878), L. R. 10 C. D. 396.

The best Achievers are scarcely known by the Bums; The next best are **compensated** and given beepers; The next are real reactionaries; The next, human paraquat : They have no faith in the Bums, So the Bums reveal them for the phonies they are. When the best achievers achieve their purpose , The bums leave them alone, mister.

— Ch. 17 : Achievers (The Dude De Ching (2010))

"Mathematics is a presuppositionless science. To found it I do not need God, as does Kronecker, or the assumption of a special faculty of our understanding attuned to the principle of mathematical induction, as does Poincaré, or the primal intuition of Brouwer, or, finally, as do Russell and Whitehead, axioms of infinity, reducibility, or completeness, which in fact are actual, contentual assumptions that cannot be **compensated** for by consistency proofs.

— Quoted in Hilbert's