endow[ en-dou ]SEE DEFINITION OF endow
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Youth is prone to endow its opinions with all the dignity of certain knowledge.
What was lacking in his power that he could not endow them with life?
Small beginnings of the fortune that was to found and endow asylums!
What he did was to endow the church with this admirable piece of head-gear.
But He will endow her with all His wealth, and raise her to sit with Him on a throne forever.
I do not endow her with my worldly goods, for thou knowest I have none.
For their art, there was not worth enough in it to endow it with any lasting vitality.
Thus they endow their children with what no after education can give them.
Didn't she endow a library in the little village where she was born?
They would rather endow a theatre than a Gelehrter, if endow something they must.