facilitate


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further

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Synonyms for facilitate

to make less difficult

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Synonyms for facilitate

make easier

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be of use

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increase the likelihood of (a response)

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To have the white giant sleeping peacefully in one of his own huts would greatly facilitate the matter of earning the reward, and so the chief was urgent in his suggestions that Tarzan, doubtless being very much fatigued after his travels, should retire early to the comforts of the anything but inviting palace.
Say," he remarked, removing his cigar to the corner of his mouth in order to facilitate conversation, "this old city of yours don't change any.
and nothing done yet to facilitate our escaping from Crickgelly to the regions of civilized life the next morning.
water, chiefly used to facilitate the infection of idiocy and promote
You will thus get back an important office to give to friends; it may come in at the right moment to facilitate some compromise.
It was a politic course of proceeding, and one which could not fail to redound to his advantage in every point of view, since the very circumstance of his having extorted from Ralph Nickleby his real design in introducing his niece to such society, coupled with his extreme disinterestedness in communicating it so freely to his friend, could not but advance his interests in that quarter, and greatly facilitate the passage of coin (pretty frequent and speedy already) from the pockets of Lord Frederick Verisopht to those of Sir Mulberry Hawk.
Some minutes before midday the first driblets of metal began to flow; the reservoirs filled little by little; and, by the time that the whole melting was completely accomplished, it was kept in abeyance for a few minutes in order to facilitate the separation of foreign substances.
The sutures in the skulls of young mammals have been advanced as a beautiful adaptation for aiding parturition, and no doubt they facilitate, or may be indispensable for this act; but as sutures occur in the skulls of young birds and reptiles, which have only to escape from a broken egg, we may infer that this structure has arisen from the laws of growth, and has been taken advantage of in the parturition of the higher animals.
there is just room enough in each stall to do the milking and to rub the cattle down; and the floor slopes a little to facilitate drainage.
The same natures must still be chosen, and the preference again given to the surest and the bravest, and, if possible, to the fairest; and, having noble and generous tempers, they should also have the natural gifts which will facilitate their education.
Further, it facilitates matters when the prince, having no other state, is compelled to reside there in person.
A $6,430,000 loan to facilitate the purchase of prime upper west side brownstones, priced at a rate of 5.
Transformations in teacher thinking and professional identity observed in the study suggest strong promise for structuring long-range constructivist professional development practices that facilitate development of identity and problem solving as a teacher leader.
The FTC found that NTSP used these powers of attorney in a manner similar to the way it used its PPAs, namely to solidify its power as a bargaining agent and facilitate its illegal price fixing.
The concept, unveiled in November 2002, was intended to assist in stabilizing the country in order to facilitate reconstruction efforts.