grant[ grant, grahnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF grant
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But if we grant all this licence, what can it effect after all?
Yet she would not take back the words either, nor would she grant the veil.
We had many generals who were greater than Grant, but they were troubled with imaginations.
Heaven rest his soul, and grant that he may not have completed The Excursion!
Do they think I will grant them liberties that would make me a slave?
My health is perfect, and my daily prayer is that Heaven may grant you the same.
The satisfaction you have in doing so, I grant it, repays you.
It behooved him now to reach Grant as soon as he could with his news.
"I take it that Grant means to scoop in the Johnnies in detail," said Warner.
That was Stonewall Jackson's way, and it seemed to be Grant's way, too.