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See definition of apportioning on Dictionary.com
  • as indelegation
  • as indistribution

synonyms for apportioning

  • appointment
  • authorization
  • charge
  • commissioning
  • committal
  • consignment
  • conveyance
  • conveying
  • deputation
  • devolution
  • installation
  • investiture
  • mandate
  • nomination
  • ordination
  • reference
  • relegation
  • transference
  • trust
  • deputization
  • entrustment
  • giving over
  • referring
  • sending away
  • submittal
  • submitting
  • transferal
  • transferring
  • circulation
  • delivery
  • disposal
  • dissemination
  • handling
  • marketing
  • sharing
  • trading
  • transport
  • transportation
  • administration
  • allotment
  • apportionment
  • assessment
  • assigning
  • dealing
  • diffusion
  • dispensation
  • dispersal
  • division
  • dole
  • mailing
  • partition
  • propagation
  • rationing
  • scattering
  • spreading
  • alloting
  • circulating
  • dissipating
  • handing out
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antonyms for apportioning

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  • keeping
  • hold
  • keeping
  • retention
  • juncture
  • unity
  • collection
  • gathering
  • hoard
  • hoarding
  • maintenance
  • store
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How to use apportioning in a sentence

Yet in apportioning the blame for the railway trouble in 1907, Punch did not spare Capital.
MR. PUNCH'S HISTORY OF MODERN ENGLAND VOL. IV OF IV.CHARLES L. GRAVES
This was apportioning the responsibility for failure in advance; but unfortunately failure there was.
MR. PUNCH'S HISTORY OF MODERN ENGLAND VOL. IV OF IV.CHARLES L. GRAVES
The confidence which was felt in his integrity appeared in their entrusting him with the office of apportioning the contribution.
THE NEW GRESHAM ENCYCLOPEDIA. VOL. 1 PART 2VARIOUS
Another important item, in systematic economy, is, the apportioning of regular employment to the various members of a family.
A TREATISE ON DOMESTIC ECONOMYCATHERINE ESTHER BEECHER
Some persons, endeavor to systematize their pursuits, by apportioning them to particular hours of each day.
A TREATISE ON DOMESTIC ECONOMYCATHERINE ESTHER BEECHER
He was competently apportioning toward Lewistons note the different sums coming in this month.
THE WAYFARERSMARY STEWART CUTTING
Hours passed, and the kindly magistrate sat on apportioning punishment, fitting the sentence as it were by instinct.
LONDON'S UNDERWORLDTHOMAS HOLMES
On Munday next we are to return to the consideration of apportioning 100,000li.
ANDREW MARVELLAUGUSTINE BIRRELL
Shall we say then, The world has retrograded in its talent of apportioning wages to work, in late days?
PAST AND PRESENTTHOMAS CARLYLE
Before Kant moral theology had argued that the Judge of all the world must do right, apportioning happiness to desert.
HISTORY OF MODERN PHILOSOPHYALFRED WILLIAM BENN
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WORDS RELATED TO APPORTIONING

  • appointment
  • apportioning
  • authorization
  • charge
  • commissioning
  • committal
  • consignment
  • conveyance
  • conveying
  • deputation
  • deputization
  • devolution
  • entrustment
  • giving over
  • installation
  • investiture
  • mandate
  • nomination
  • ordination
  • reference
  • referring
  • relegation
  • sending away
  • submittal
  • submitting
  • transferal
  • transference
  • transferring
  • trust
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.