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Grant

Pronunciation of Grant
/ɡɹˈant/, /ɡɹˈant/, /ɡ_ɹ_ˈa_n_t/

Synonyms for grant:

President Grant

president grant.

Sense 1

bless, authorize, cough up, charter, Rhodes Scholarship, consider, fess up, conferment, scholarship, bursary, appropriation, transferal, vouchsafe, studentship, bestowment, conferral, let on, pocket money, climb down, patronage, empower.

Sense 2

hold out, wave through, option, acquisition, property, avow, approve, accordance, dismiss, license.

Sense 3

conveyance, sanction, validate, own, alienate.

Sense 4

presentation, fellowship, confer, excuse.

Sense 5

alienation, mandate.

Sense 10

conference, clear, convey.

agree

pass on.

assistance

aid.

contribution

handout.

empower

empower.

endowment

investment.

funding

financing.

give

impart, give way, parcel out.

offer

extend, hold out.

pass on

hand down.

pay

cough up.

permit

vouchsafe.

Sense 1 (noun)

let on.

Sense 2 (noun)

authorize, mandate, vouchsafe, empower, approve.

Sense 3 (noun)

fellowship, confer, scholarship, Rhodes Scholarship, bursary, pocket money.

Sense 4 (noun)

alienate, convey.

Sense 5 (noun)

fess up, own, acknowledge, avow.

act (noun)

subsidisation, subsidization.

allowance, gift (noun)

award, allotment, contribution, bequest, subsidy, concession, stipend, boon, gratuity, benefaction, allocation, scholarship, present, handout, appropriation, bounty, donation, fellowship, reward, endowment, dole.

conferment (noun)

bestowal, bestowment.

gift (noun)

bequest, donation, present, boon, benefaction.

grant (noun)

concede, award, assignment, accord, allot, subsidization, Cary Grant, Ulysses S. Grant, Hiram Ulysses Grant, Ulysses Simpson Grant, Ulysses Grant, president grant, deed over, Duncan Grant, yield, cede, subsidisation, concession, Duncan James Corrow Grant, allow.

moderation (noun)

appeasement.

offer (noun)

bestowal, approach, endowment, citation, tender, donation, submission, concession, offer, bid, advance, quotation, overture, offering, attempt, deal, investiture, issue, present, invitation, gift.

permit (noun)

permit.

person (noun)

Duncan James Corrow Grant, Duncan Grant, Cary Grant.

possession (noun)

assignment.

reward (noun)

enticement, sweepstakes, atonement, stimulation, allowance, bounty, compensation, wages, carrot, tip, amends, stipend, consideration, inducement, tribute, plum, allotment, prize, incentive, remuneration, temptation, bonus, honorarium, payment, wage, gratuity, lure, reward, sweetener, treat.

supply (noun)

board, dispensation, provision, contribution, replenishment, delivery, deployment.

authorize, allow (verb)

own, permit, yield, surrender, accord, donate, cede, convey, admit, give in, give, acknowledge, bestow, confer, allot, impart, bless, concede, assign, avow, transfer, vouchsafe, profess.

give (verb)

contribute, shower, ascribe, assist, pay, assign, allow, send, devote, deliver, share, ration, dispense, fund, help, donate, furnish, expend, lavish, dole, serve, allot, bequeath, lend, supply, consign, disburse, award, pledge, attribute, provide.

leave (verb)

permission.

offer (verb)

impart, submit, quote, cite, render, extend, endow, bestow, give, invite.

possession (verb)

allow, give.

reward (verb)

compensate, remunerate, sweeten, entice, tempt, honor, induce.

supply (verb)

cater, reinforce, reload, clothe, replenish, deploy, feed.

transfer (verb)

exchange, sell, transfer, hand over, change hands.

Usage examples for grant:

  • God grant you may never know how ill." - "A Fool There Was", Porter Emerson Browne.
  • Heaven grant I have not passed it on the road! - "In the Day of Adversity", John Bloundelle-Burton.
  • Let the few years that Fate may grant me still Be all my own, not held at others' will! - "The Satires, Epistles, and Art of Poetry", Horace a.k.a. Quintus Horatius Flaccus Translated by John Conington, M. A..

Word of the day

disjunct

detached, separated, detached, discontinuous, divided, isolated, noncontinuous, separate, separated, discontinuous.

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