donations

[ doh-ney-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF donations

Antonyms for donations

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The value of donations other than money is nearly double that amount.

But this condition does not apply to donations by contract of marriage.'

Some other gifts have also been received, including a gymnasium and two donations of $50,000 each.

In fact, when the donations come to be realised the Operative may be the loser.

But an unforeseen outgrowth of all these donations was sure to happen.

Some also were there the like of the Normans donations and gifts about and some years after the Conquest.'

It deals expressly with donations and gifts for educational purposes.

All sorts and conditions of contributions and donations were welcomed.

A list of his donations is printed in the Archologia Scotica, vol.

The receipts by subscriptions, donations, and collections, amounted to £180 4s.