grant

All Noun Verb
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  • The main purpose of the experience is to grant power for Christian service.
  • We granted self-government to South Africa just after our war with her. Cited from England and the War, by Walter Raleigh
  • The company granted public access to the collection the following year.
  • All of these claims were published many years after Grant had died.
  • The development of political parties had advanced since the colony was granted self-government.
  • At least one of Grant's staff told friends that they considered leaving the club.
  • A special license would be granted only to clear the stock, he said.
  • The house has been moved from its original location but still stands on part of the first land grant.
  • City status grants have been used to mark special royal and other occasions.
  • Letters patent were granted which continued the style of the city over the greater area.
  • There are no songs from any of Grant's first three albums.
  • The bank, in the end, granted them the musical rights.
  • It is one of Grant's most successful songs to date.
  • This was one of the largest land grants to an individual in history.
  • Grant's close relationship with these men from such an early age would last the rest of his life.
  • I was not at all curious about who she was, but rather took her for granted at once.
  • It is run by an executive committee and has been granted a charter of self-rule.
  • Individuals hold a commission granted to them by the Minister of Justice.
  • The start-up costs and working capital must be known before the license is granted.
  • I was sent there by the [US] government on a government grant.
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Meaning of grant

  • noun Any monetary aid
  • noun The act of providing a subsidy
  • noun (law) a transfer of property by deed of conveyance
  • noun Scottish painter; cousin of lytton strachey and member of the bloomsbury group (1885-1978)
  • noun United states actor (born in england) who was the elegant leading man in many films (1904-1986)
  • noun 18th president of the united states; commander of the union armies in the american civil war (1822-1885)
  • noun A right or privilege that has been granted
  • verb Bestow, especially officially
    grant a degree, give a divorce, This bill grants us new rights
  • verb Transfer by deed
    grant land