bestow


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to make a gift of

to present as a gift to a charity or cause

to give formally or officially

Synonyms for bestow

present

give as a gift

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30, at the National "Ivan Vazov" Theater, the City Hall will bestow the awards for achievements in arts and culture.
I am confident that this nomination will be approved and a civic ceremony to bestow the honour will take place at a later date.
Borough councillors gave authority leader Darren Cooper's plans to bestow Brown with the honour on Tuesday night.
IT IS not unusual for newspapers to bestow nicknames of footballers.
Coun Harrison added: "It's a privilege to bestow this honour on people who have learned their craft through the apprenticeship scheme.
The title of Burgess was revived because only Royal Boroughs can bestow the title of Freeman.
The TAPPI Gunnar Nicholson Gold Medal is the highest honor that the Association can bestow upon an individual.
Pope Paul VI had tried to bestow the Papal Rose on Jasna Gora in 1966, but was prevented from doing so when the communist authorities denied him entry to the country.
Send Me Tulips is an impressive, memorable, welcome celebration that can bestow upon the reader a true sense of peace and healing when working through issues of grief.
For her volunteerism, the president of the local Blue Star Mothers chapter, Tina Perez, asked Susan Naill, then-president of the national office, to bestow the honorary membership.
IMing is fine, but you can make a hard-copy connection when you bestow your handmade, gorgeous creations on friends, relatives and anyone else you deem cardworthy.
She also served as distinguished professor of piano and was designated a Curators' Professor, the highest award the University of Missouri can bestow.
Such sensors might also bestow a new kind of spatial awareness on robots and computers that would help them to interact with people more naturally, says Brady, who plans to describe the devices at an optics and lasers meeting in Baltimore in June.
This can be done through the exercise of different kinds of ministries according to the grace and charisms which the Lord has been pleased to bestow on them.
It could be, and very often is, the greatest gift that a coach can bestow upon an athlete.