donate

[ doh-neyt, doh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF donate
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Cynthia thought of the stores in the old house and wished she might donate them.

The Freshman who is in his own neighborhood does not donate additional arguments.

If we win, we'll donate the money to some charitable purpose.

Since I, too, love Petaca I want to donate the stained-glass windows.

And would it not be lovely to donate a round sum to the synagogue?

Rather than see it in England's hands, I donate it to America.

The price of admission was a book they had read and were willing to donate to the library.

"I should be glad to donate my services to the cause," said Ferriday, who could be magnificent.

He said he wouldn't invest a cent in the firm, but he'd donate all I could use for you.

Zapp and me donate five hundred dollars to your rotten society!

WORD ORIGIN

1819, back-formation from donation. Related: Donated; donating.

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