offering

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  • The people must give a fire-offering to God and must not work.
  • He wrote to the latter, offering to provide short stories for the new magazine.
  • He introduced this result without offering any explanation of how he had obtained it.
  • This is the first law offering the right of return.
  • It was offering what many schools in London could not.
  • It can also be interpreted as a hand offering one's heart to another hand.
  • Cyprus has a highly developed system of primary and secondary education offering both public and private education.
  • They didn't stop by offering just games however.
  • This relationship has since strengthen till both institutions offering a dual degree program.
  • Some states are offering higher pension benefits to parents who raise one or two girls.
  • In the early 2000s, press release services began offering social media press releases.
  • Galveston is home to two post-secondary institutions offering traditional degrees in higher education.
  • The album was the band's most progressive offering, featuring longer and more complex song structures.
  • Madison also has a non-credit learning community with multiple programs and many private businesses also offering classes.
  • The offering went live in the UK later that year, allowing UK users to play for real money.
  • One is via a toll-free number, with larger companies offering this internationally.
  • En route he was met by embassies from various small powers offering assistance, none of which he accepted.
  • Adler was offering his help only to those who were asking for it in person.
  • Since physics needs to talk about numbers in offering any of its explanations, then numbers must exist.
  • The ultimate offering was to give up one's life.
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Root form of offering is offer for the verb.

Words starting with offering

Meaning of offering

  • noun Something offered (as a proposal or bid)
    noteworthy new offerings for investors included several index funds
  • noun Money contributed to a religious organization
  • noun The verbal act of offering
    a generous offer of assistance
  • verb Make available or accessible, provide or furnish
    The conference center offers a health spa, The hotel offers private meeting rooms
  • verb Present for acceptance or rejection
    She offered us all a cold drink
  • verb Put forward for consideration
    He offered his opinion
  • verb Offer verbally
    extend my greetings, He offered his sympathy
  • verb Make available for sale
    The stores are offering specials on sweaters this week
  • verb Propose a payment
    The Swiss dealer offered $2 million for the painting
  • verb Produce or introduce on the stage
    The Shakespeare Company is offering `King Lear' this month
  • verb Present as an act of worship
    offer prayers to the gods
  • verb Threaten to do something
    I offered to leave the committee if they did not accept my proposal