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permitted (adjective)
released, approved, blessed, tolerated, consented, licensed, enfranchised, sanctioned, authorized, allowed.
authorized (verb)
consented, entitled, countersigned, authorized, deputized, designated, confirmed, empowered, commissioned, assented, licensed, validated, notarized, enfranchised, warranted, authenticated, approved, blessed, enabled, ordained, certified, sanctioned, denominated, agreed, affirmed.
approved (verb)
underwritten, confirmed, authenticated, consented, approbated, sanctioned, approved, affirmed, underwrote, accepted, validated, authorized, ratified, endorsed, certified, assented.
dismissed (verb)
relieved, liberated, excused, licensed, dismissed, released, dispelled, discharged, reprieved, absolved, stayed, exempted, privileged, pardoned, freed, excepted.
permitted (verb)
released, conceded, consented, sanctioned, approved, tolerated, let, blessed, licensed, enfranchised, condoned, authorized, allowed.
authorized (adjective)
ordained, approved, agreed, designated, blessed, sanctioned, deputized, enabled, entitled, warranted, notarized, authenticated, licensed, countersigned, authorized, enfranchised, affirmed, confirmed, commissioned, validated, empowered, certified.
enabled (verb)
facilitated, empowered, authorized, allowed, licensed, commissioned, enabled.
Other synonyms:
suffered, favored, allowable, vouchsafed, legalized, chartered, permissible, accorded, indulged.
Examples of usage:
  1. I know I shall be sorry that I have permitted you to find me in a black mood like this, but I feel that I must tell you. - "She Buildeth Her House", Will Comfort.
  2. But when it was to purpose, and the vessel now took in much water, Caesar finding himself in such danger in the very mouth of the river, much against his will permitted the master to turn back. no - "Plutarch-Lives-of-the-noble-Grecians-and-Romans", Clough, Arthur Hugh.
  3. The Indian boy enjoyed such a life as almost all boys dream of and would choose for themselves if they were permitted to do so. - "Indian Boyhood", [AKA Ohiyesa], Charles A. Eastman.

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