gift


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something bestowed freely

to present with a quality, trait, or power

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References in classic literature ?
Surely, some good Elf has placed it here for us," said they; "let us bear it to our Queen; it is so fresh and fragrant it will be a fit gift for her"; and they joyfully took it in, little dreaming who had placed it there.
Long Thistle wondered at the beauty round him; and then he went among the shining Spirits, told his tale, and asked a gift.
So I want by my gift to show him that I am mending my ways, and beginning to conduct myself better.
Ward, original literary gifts, are willing to make a long act of self- denial or self-effacement [20] for the benefit of the public.
He tore a leaf out of his pocket book and wrote on it, "One line to say you accept my gift and my good wishes.
Secretly did the Father snatch her away and gave her a gift, the golden necklace, the toy which Hephaestus the famed craftsman once made by his cunning skill and brought and gave it to his father for a possession.
But Anne felt that if anyone possessed of the gift could take that simple record of a brave, adventurous life, reading between the bald lines the tales of dangers staunchly faced and duty manfully done, a wonderful story might be made from it.
One woman has a gift of healing, another not; one is a musician, and another has no music in her nature?
In this contention, nature may seem to some to have come off victorious, as she bestowed on him many gifts, while fortune had only one gift in her power; but in pouring forth this, she was so very profuse, that others perhaps may think this single endowment to have been more than equivalent to all the various blessings which he enjoyed from nature.
You don't know what a nice--what a beautiful, nice gift I've got for you.
And his brother, who was in command of one of the most expensive regiments, and was only just married, could not decline the gift.
While he groped at her feet it occurred to him that the woman there had in her hands an indispensable gift which nothing else on earth could give; and when he stood up he was penetrated by an irresistible belief in an enigma, by the conviction that within his reach and passing away from him was the very secret of existence--its certitude, immaterial and precious
Can your idols walk or speak, or have they the glorious gift of reason?
Ultimately, he went into the most famous jeweller's, and said he wanted to buy a little gift for a lady.
I was blinded with passion and yielded to my worser mind; therefore I will make amends, and will give him great gifts by way of atonement.