contribute

[ kuhn-trib-yoot ]SEE DEFINITION OF contribute

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONTRIBUTE

There's at least one rich gent that'll contribute maybe that much more.

As to her superior talents, do they contribute to her own happiness, or to the happiness of others?

Let us contribute, each, in equal shares, to our common fund.

It is our duty to our descendants to contribute as far as is in our power to its accomplishment.

Fecundity is the end he proposes, and he rewards with intoxicating delights those who contribute to the fulfilment of his designs.

At your request and upon your kind invitation, I am here to contribute my share—small though it be—to the general fund.

But he has not explained how or in what way punishment is to contribute to the improvement of mankind.

Does it contribute any fresh fact regarding the discovery of the body?

Here nothing is neglected that can contribute to the fighting value of the units.

The Club will also publish a monthly bulletin, to which members may contribute.

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