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Correct spelling:
lends (verb)
pawns, lets, advances, loans, contributes, sublets, leases, mortgages.
gives (verb)
awards, assists, bestows, bequeaths, expends, donates, delivers, renders, gives, lavishes, doles, grants, consigns, allows, contributes, extends, sends, submits, provides, tenders, shares, ascribes, presents, dispenses, pledges, furnishes, showers, assigns, allots, serves, endows, helps, pays, attributes, offers, devotes, imparts, supplies, funds, rations, disburses.
Examples of usage:
  1. It has very likely occupied him the best part of his lifetime to add one five- pound note to another, money most literally earned in the sweat of his brow; and at last he lends it to a man like Frank, who has the wit to drive a carriage and ride a thoroughbred. - "Hodge and His Masters", Richard Jefferies.
  2. Daily life in a house where there are young and old is full of curious little ceremonies and which are discharged quite punctually, though the meaning of them is obscure, and a mystery has come to brood over them which lends even a superstitious charm to their performance. pieties, - "Night and Day", Virginia Woolf.
  3. Now, there can be doubt that her uniform, especially when women- folk are the spectators, lends a certain dignity to the human figure; but, even in ordinary dress, this new- comer would have seemed to most a manly- looking, well- built young fellow, who had some decision in his face, and a very straightforward way of looking at people. no Majesty's - "The Beautiful Wretch; The Pupil of Aurelius; and The Four Macnicols", William Black.

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