empower[ em-pou-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF empower
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In the mean time we are taking the best care in empower of their estates.
These conditions would be explained to any envoys whom Jovian might empower to discuss them with the Persian plenipotentiaries.
Never; you have no right, you have no warrant to empower your act.
They also empower the directors to elect a chairman of the board.
Do you all agree to them, and empower me to say so to Mr. Black?
Speech enables us to crystalize thought and to empower it with added force.
A proposition was made to them, to authorize Congress to open parials, and an amendatory one, to empower them to incorporate.
They empower me to invent a new right and wrong whenever I am tired of the old.
We must empower the poor with the pride that comes from owning a home, getting a job, becoming part of things.
The most important job of our Government in this new era is to empower the American people to succeed in the global economy.