charter[ chahr-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF charter
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHARTER
He can Take her In by not keeping his appointment, or—he can charter an omnibus if he likes.
They followed him, and on Twelfth Day laid the charter before him.
One element of his success was no doubt the change in the charter.
The chiefs and their children had the same 145 charter of the sword.
Secure in their charter, they presently left England for good.
The charter had been abrogated, but the new system had been rejected by the people.
But he was thinking of the Constitution rather than the Charter.
What say you, then, if we make a party of our own,—charter one of these small craft?
Nothing could give me more pleasure than to cure you, if it was n't for the charter.
Carolina had already had religious toleration in the Charter of 1665.