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Synonyms for endue

to present with a quality, trait, or power

Synonyms for endue

give qualities or abilities to

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and, with the art which conceals art, it finally casts over the tout ensemble , by mysterious methods of its own, a subtle something which refines, subdues, etherealizes the arid components and endues them with the deep charm and gracious witchery of poesy.
Such segregation of cultural and creative products and services endues the cause for cultural and creative industries separation and these issues are discussed in the following sections.
Measuring the fair value of financial instruments within a portfolio: Although financial institutions and similar endues that hold financial assets and financial liabilities often manage a group of instruments based on die entity's net exposure to a particular market risk s e.
Furthermore, mercaptide organotin endues plasticized PVC with better performance of initial color than organic calcium complex.
These stories range from fiction to autobiography, and Bruchac endues each with lively wit and wisdom.
It is a wonder to observe the extent to which Crusoe endues his creature with life.
This translates to approximately 7% energy savings for the space-heating endues alone.
John Dewey's definition of reflective thought endues the "active, persistent, and careful consideration of any belief or supposed form of knowledge in the light of the grounds that support it and the further conclusions to which it tends" (1933, in Krol, n.
To do so, we have to supply the link between Euclid and Newton(6) which endues the stone with a quasi-Blakean symbolic value.