enable[ en-ey-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF enable
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENABLE
Again she fell upon her knees, and prayed God to enable her.
What was there in life that could enable one to forget it faster?
This hole is to enable the syrup to penetrate the inside of the lemons.
Call them yours, if you enable me to spend to-night in your place with Marcolina.
I don't want to know any more about you than will enable me to do what I can for you.
The anger of the Bishop of Montreal was necessary to enable me to regain my good humour.
Yet nowadays, to enable a man to remark this, exceptional culture is required.
I consulted my watch, which the light was sufficiently strong to enable me to do.
This was one point at which we touched, and which went far to enable me to understand him.
I hope and believe that I have found a clue that will enable me to trace Margaret.'