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Grants
Definition:
All organized methods of funding.

Synonyms:

noun
offers
Endowments, concessions, advances, deals, approaches, citations, submissions, attempts, presents, bids, invitations, donations, gifts, investitures, issues, offerings, offers, overtures, quotations.
rewards
amends, sweepstakes, wages, Bonuses, Bounties, Carrots, Incentives, Plums, Remunerations, Rewards, Sweeteners, allowances, compensations, considerations, lures, payments, allotments, stipends, awards, enticements, gratuities, honoraria, inducements, prizes, temptations, tips, treats, tributes.
verb
gives
funds, supplies, Lends, shares, assists, helps, serves, pledges, allows, ascribes, assigns, attributes, devotes, contributes, allots, dispenses, rations, bequeaths, consigns, delivers, disburses, doles, donates, expends, furnishes, lavishes, pays, provides, sends, showers.
offers
Gives, endows, extends, submits, invites, cites, imparts, bestows, quotes, renders, tenders.
rewards
honors, compensates, entices, induces, remunerates, tempts, sweetens.
supplies
boards, clothes, reinforces, feeds, caters, deploys, reloads, replenishes.
transfers
exchanges, transfers, sells, changes hands, hands over.
Examples of usage:
  1. The work of surveying grants of land took them long distances among the mountains and through the valleys. – George Washington by Calista McCabe Courtenay
  2. So may a suit by citizens of the same State claiming land under grants from different States, without respect to the value of the subject of controversy. – The American Judiciary by Simeon E. Baldwin, LLD
  3. On another night, one can never know exactly when, the maiden returns and on this night grants your wish. – The Girl Scouts in Beechwood Forest by Margaret Vandercook
  4. But nowadays the British government cannot do enough to help the missionaries, particularly the Americans, who are treated in the same generous manner as those of the Established Church of England, and are given grants of money, land and every assistance that they officially could receive. – Modern India by William Eleroy Curtis
  5. Large sums were granted to the poor of Cork and Dublin for coals; and large grants were made to encourage manufactures. – An Illustrated History of Ireland from AD 400 to 1800 by Mary Frances Cusack

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