In the play as in history, Charles now confers upon Wentworth an Earldom.
It confers also a benefit similar to that which is derived from a course of arithmetic.
This knowledge is a supernatural gift, which (in the Poimandres) confers ‘deification’.
I know the happiness it confers upon you to be able to do what you have done.
This it is that "gives him immortality," and confers upon him the dignity of manhood.
He knows that, by distilling, he confers no benefits upon mankind.
Or, if he confers an obligation, it is sure to have some condition attached to it.
The way she gives it confers upon it all the disadvantages of both.
We are all proud of your work—it confers honour on our community.
Whenever it confers a new right it restricts it to every male person.