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abut, adjoin, border, brush, butt on, caress, come together, communicate, contact, converge.
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grant
Definition:
The thing granted.

Synonyms:

noun
acquisition
wealth, winnings, income.
act
subsidisation, subsidization, grant.
allotment
piece, cut of pie, rake off, piece of action, Measures, piece of the action.
allowance, gift
boon, reward, contribution, charity, appropriation, fellowship, allocation, privilege, bounty, bequest, present, gratuity, alms, donation, dole, stipend, concession, benefaction, handout, award, subsidy, scholarship, lump, admission, allotment, endowment, assistance.
attribute
grant.
charter
indenture.
conferment
bestowal, bestowment.
gift
largesse, present, federal grant, donation, hand-me-downs, offertory, giveaways, goodie, giveaway, privilege, bequest, boon, hand-me-down, matching grant, Offertories, Fairing, benefaction.
grant
concession, allow, Hiram Ulysses Grant, subsidisation, cede, deed over, yield, Duncan Grant, president grant, accord, Ulysses S. Grant, assignment, award, Cary Grant, concede, Duncan James Corrow Grant, allot, subsidization, Ulysses Grant, Ulysses Simpson Grant.
handout
free meal.
moderation
appeasement.
offer
offering, submission, donation, offer, quotation, approach, endowment, present, bid, concession, issue, investiture, citation, gift, invitation, tender, advance, attempt, bestowal, overture, deal.
patronage
guardianship, Patronization.
pension
superannuation, retirement account.
permit
safe-conduct, legalization, sufferance, legalizations, permit, safe-conducts, safeconduct.
person
Duncan James Corrow Grant, grant, Duncan Grant, Cary Grant.
possession
assignment, grant.
reward
gratuity, bounty, atonement, consideration, remuneration, inducement, carrot, payment, sweepstakes, honorarium, allotment, treat, stimulation, temptation, compensation, lure, tip, stipend, allowance, sweetener, reward, plum, incentive, bonus, wage, enticement, wages, prize, amends, tribute.
supply
delivery, board, deployment, provision, contribution, replenishment, dispensation.
support
backing.
verb
authorize, allow
impart, accord, profess, acquiesce, gift with, bestow, admit, confer, surrender, give, yield, own up, stake, accede, sign on, come across, assign, transfer, accept, cede, bless, drop, allocate, transmit, sign off on, relinquish, come around, avow, invest, go along with, come through, convey, shake on, donate, give out, vouchsafe, assume, consent to, give thumbs-up, give the nod, give in, agree to, own, allot, acknowledge, permit, concede, suppose.
give
attribute, disburse, share, expend, dole, pay, furnish, allot, lend, contribute, provide, pledge, help, send, assign, supply, serve, fund, donate, dispense, deliver, devote, allow, assist, shower, ascribe, bequeath, consign, award, lavish, ration.
leave
permission.
offer
extend, impart, cite, endow, submit, bestow, quote, render, invite, give.
possession
give, grant, allow.
reward
honor, compensate, induce, sweeten, entice, tempt, remunerate.
supply
deploy, cater, feed, reload, clothe, replenish, reinforce.
transfer
exchange, sell, hand over, change hands, transfer.
Examples of usage:
  1. Will you grant me this favour? – Correspondence of Wagner and Liszt, Volume 1 by Francis Hueffer (translator)
  2. Peter Grant told you. – Rose MacLeod by Alice Brown
  3. The Lord Jesus grant us strength and success. – Sketches of the Covenanters by J. C. McFeeters
  4. " Then we'll start you in to- morrow," said Grant. – The Cattle-Baron's Daughter by Harold Bindloss
  5. Heaven grant he keep his promise! – The Morals of Marcus Ordeyne by William J. Locke

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