[Answer] endow

Answer: V: To provide with a quality, a thing, or a gift of money.
endow
verb
Word Origin late Middle English (also in the sense ‘provide a dower or dowry’; formerly also as indow): from legal Anglo-Norman French endouer from en- ‘in towards’ + Old French douer ‘give as a gift’ (from Latin dotare: see dower).
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Endow definition is – to furnish with an income; especially : to make a grant of money providing for the continuing support or maintenance of. How to use endow in a sentence.
“ Endow has made a lasting impact on my journey back to Christ. I cannot wait for it to continue to mature my intellectual roots in the faith to be able to confidently take it out into the world. So thankful for the Endow women and all they are doing to share the Gospel and empower Catholic women.” – Rachel
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15 synonyms of endow from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus plus 61 related words definitions and antonyms. Find another word for endow . Endow : to furnish freely or naturally with some power quality or att…

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