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  • She regarded them as existing simply to endow her with money and men. Cited from The Ancient East, by D. G. Hogarth
  • He found it difficult to endow them, one and all, with any sense of life. Cited from The Centaur, by Algernon Blackwood
  • The very fact of their birth endows them with form, and that form is action. Cited from A Hero of Our Time, by M. Y. Lermontov
  • She required no passion-experience to endow her with more than a memory of passion. Cited from Figures of Several Centuries, by Arthur Symons
  • They were endowed not only with higher education, but also a belief in a higher purpose.
  • No other entity has offered to take over the ship on an endowed basis.
  • At the same time she endowed him with an even higher social status because of the social standing of her own family.
  • This was the first time an endowed School of this type had become co-educational.
  • They also have been endowed with great powers through their half of the Crystal.
  • The city is well endowed with educational facilities, for primary and secondary education.
  • I wish to ask you to give me that village, to endow me with it, but immediately. Cited from The Argonauts, by Eliza Orzeszko (AKA Orzeszkowa)
  • What was lacking in his power that he could not endow them with life? Cited from His Masterpiece, by Emile Zola
  • I only wish you'd let me endow the thing. Cited from Dangerous Days, by Mary Roberts Rinehart
  • Ah, if she could but endow these with the power to act! Cited from The Chessman of Mars, Edgar R. Burroughs
  • Nature, in endowing you with an ordinary state, gave you something with which to rise above it. Cited from Women of Modern France, by Hugo P. Thieme
  • Although he never learned to write, he endowed a school with revenue to provide poor students with an education.
  • I now endow you with what will ensure you a rapid fortune. Cited from The Adventures of Hajji Baba of Ispahan, by James Morier
  • Jack wondered how much of it he would give to endow his daughter with a capacity for thought. Cited from Poor Man's Rock, by Bertrand W. Sinclair
  • The children of the nation who had never seen war except in books had no difficulty in endowing it with beauty. Cited from Jean-Christophe Journey's End, by Romain Rolland
  • Nature therefore is a whole, endowed with life and soul.
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Meaning of endow

  • verb Give qualities or abilities to
  • verb Furnish with an endowment
    When she got married, she got dowered