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1. Endow definition is - to furnish with an income; especially : to make a grant of money providing for the continuing support or maintenance of
2. How to use Endow in a sentence.
3. What is Endow? Endow unites the Catholic intellectual tradition with intentional community by creating study guides and organizing women into small groups.
4. Provide, favour, grace, bless, supply, furnish, enrich, endue He was Endowed with wealth, health and a good intellect
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5. Finance, fund, pay for, award, grant, invest in, confer, settle on, bestow, make over, bequeath, purvey, donate money to The ambassador has Endowed a …
6. Endow definition, to provide with a permanent fund or source of income: to Endow a college
7. 15 synonyms of Endow from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 61 related words, definitions, and antonyms
8. An Endow Study on Catholic Social Teaching
9. Find 55 ways to say Endow, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
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11. ABOUT Endow The Endow Initiative coordinates and expands ongoing efforts throughout Wyoming, and produces measurable results, in providing a comprehensive approach to …
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12. Endowus is Singapore's fee-only wealth platform and the first digital advisor for all your money - Cash, CPF & SRS.
13. En-dou', en-du': "Endow" meant originally "to provide with a dowry"; "indue" took the meaning "clothe"; the likeness between the literal meanings has confused the metaphorical use of the words in spite of their difference in origin.
14. To give money that will provide an income for a college or university, a hospital, or other organization: In 1937, Mellon Endowed the National Gallery of Art.
15. To Endow is to furnish, but not with furniture
16. If you've been Endowed with something, it means you've been given a gift — most likely a gift that can't be returned or exchanged, like a sense of humor or athletic ability or trust
17. We usually use Endow to refer to an ability or a quality, but you can Endow …
18. Provide, favour, grace, bless, supply, furnish, enrich, endue He was Endowed with wealth, health and a good intellect
Enrich, Endue, Endowed
19. Finance, fund, pay for, award, grant, invest in, confer, settle on, bestow, make over, bequeath, purvey, donate money to The ambassador has Endowed a …
20. To Endow the Law with any capacity to produce righteousness is to plagiarize the Gospel
21. What he did was to Endow the church with this admirable piece of head-gear
22. But He will Endow her with all His wealth, and raise her to sit with Him on a throne forever.
23. Endow (third-person singular simple present Endows, present participle Endowing, simple past and past participle Endowed) (transitive, archaic or obsolete) To provide with a dower (“the portion that a widow receives from her deceased husband 's property ”) or …
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25. What does Endow mean? To give money or property so as to provide an income for the support of (a college, hospital, etc.) (verb)
26. Definition of Endow to bestow something in a natural way or to give funds that are needed to support a project Examples of Endow in a sentence The billionaire will Endow the school of nursing with a …
27. KJV Dictionary Definition: Endow Endow
28. Endow (someone or something) with (something) 1
29. A wealthy benefactor has Endowed the college with a new scholarship
30. Rachel's absence this year really Endowed the event with a degree of sadness
31. See also: Endow Endowed with (something
32. Economically Needed Diversification Options for Wyoming (Endow) is Wyoming Governor Matt Mead's initiative to diversify the state’s economy into the future
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33. You say that someone is Endowed with a particular desirable ability, characteristic, or possession when they have it by chance or by birth
34. You are Endowed with wealth, good health, and a lively intellect
35. American English: Endow / ɪnˈdaʊ /
36. Endow - Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, and forum discussions
37. Principal Translations: Inglés: Español: Endow [sb] with [sth] vtr + prep (give abilities, qualities) dotar de algo a loc verb locución verbal: Unidad léxica estable formada de dos o más palabras que funciona como verbo ("sacar fuerzas de flaqueza", "acusar recibo").: otorgar algo a loc verb locución verbal: Unidad
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38. ‘the old Endowed grammar schools’ ‘This God Endowed him with these gifts since he passed the test, and showed love.’ ‘For the parent keen to Endow their child with an educational edge, shared reading is an obvious stepping stone.’
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39. Endow something to give a large sum of money to a school, a college or another institution to provide it with an income
40. In her will, she Endowed a scholarship in the physics department.
41. Endow Iowa Tax Credits are only available to qualified gifts made through a qualified Iowa community foundation, like the Community Foundation of Greater Des Moines and our affiliates
42. A variety of gifts qualify for Endow Iowa Tax Credits including cash, real estate, farmland, appreciated securities and outright gifts of retirement assets.
43. The curved edge would be Endowed with limited functionality, which the user could access easily.
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44. Above are the results of unscrambling Endow
45. See 'Endow' instances in the King James Version (KJV).
46. Endow, Greenwood Village, Colorado
47. Endow unites the Catholic intellectual tradition with intentional community by creating study guides and organizing women into
48. After a year and a half of meetings and planning, the initiative called the Economically Needed Diversity Options for Wyoming, or Endow, has released its 20-year strategic plan
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50. Endow (someone or something) with (something) 1
51. A wealthy benefactor has Endowed the college with a new scholarship
52. Rachel's absence this year really Endowed the event with a degree of sadness
53. See also: Endow Farlex Dictionary of Idioms
54. The cost of Endowing a bed is PS200, and it is the hope of the Mayor of Wallasey to raise sufficient to Endow one bed by the sale of flags tomorrow, and to raise a second PS200 by means of the special matinee performances to be given at the Scala Theatre, Seacombe, next Wednesday; at the Winter Gardens, New Brighton, the following Wednesday; and at the Queen's Picturedrome, Poulton Road
55. Frank Endow passed away in Los Angeles, California
56. Definition and synonyms of Endow with from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.
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57. This is the British English definition of Endow with.View American English definition of Endow with.
58. See 4 authoritative translations of Endow in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.
59. Definition of Endow in the Definitions.net dictionary
60. What does Endow mean? Information and translations of Endow in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on …
61. Synonyms for Endow include grant, give, bestow, confer, award, present, gift, bless, invest and favor
62. En-dou', en-du': "Endow" meant originally "to provide with a dowry"; "indue" took the meaning "clothe"; the likeness between the literal meanings has confused the metaphorical use of the words in spite of their difference in origin.
63. Endow 'Endow' is a 5 letter word starting with E and ending with W Crossword clues for 'Endow' Clue Answer; Provide as a gift (5) Endow: Enrich with a facility or gift (5) Donate money (5) Supply, as a chair (5) Bequeath an income to (5) Be a benefactor (5) Provide with a source of income (5)
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64. Endow [sb] with [sth] vtr + prep (give abilities, qualities) dotare [qlcn] di [qlcs] vtr verbo transitivo o transitivo pronominale: Verbo che richiede un complemento oggetto: "Lava la mela prima di mangiarla" - "Non mi aspettavo un successo così grande"
65. The Endow initiative is Wyoming’s latest attempt to diversify its economy