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Synonyms for vouchsafe

to let have as a favor, prerogative, or privilege

to descend to a level considered inappropriate to one's dignity

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grant in a condescending manner

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Conflicting reports regarding the potential suspension of the $4.8 million loan, vouchsafed to Egypt by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), have been circulating over the last couple of days.
Needless to say Healy, who is from Listowel and there is nothing you can take for it, waited until both rods-in-pickle had bolted up before letting us know that one of the training wizards of all time had vouchsafed to him that he was going to have two winners at York.
The questions Dante asked and the answers he vouchsafed are with us still and this beautifully written book, filled with pockets of insight and information, will help all those who seek to understand Dante and his verse.
One even vouchsafed to me that he would be delighted to throw nasty stuff all over the royal couple's happy day while being delighted to take the day off anyway.
Happily, the editors have vouchsafed clarity and a consistent sense of a project without quashing individual styles.
With commercial real estate threatening to tank the way housing did last year, and with mortgages vouchsafed by the Federal Housing Administration looking ever more like the subprimes, the odds of a double-dip recession are mounting.
"Without sounding clichd, I've totally crossed the finish line today," he vouchsafed, having completed the professional kitchen task, looking vaguely puzzled about what was coming out of his mouth.
Two days earlier in Strasbourg he also vouchsafed the power of his own moral example.
Many similar nuggets are vouchsafed to the diligent reader.
We must be given the referendum Gordon Brown is denying us, if we are to have any chance of reversing the trend and being allowed to continue living under our own laws, which vouchsafed freedom of the individual and government by our own elected Parliament.
describes the reader's response to the power of this iconic image within the Gospel narrative: "We can be drawn through the icon until we attend from it to the kingdom of God and the true significance of the Christ and the words, to glimpse the risen and eschatological glory vouchsafed to us through this narrative.
Although foreign missionaries continued to enjoy the extraordinary privileges vouchsafed them by the so-called Unequal Treaties, some were troubled by the impropriety of trying to accomplish righteous ends through unrighteous means.
To make a long story short, the book Monas Hieroglyphica does not construct a perfect character but explicates a vision vouchsafed by God.
The pleasure that has been vouchsafed me is enormous.
presidency; it is a position of trust vouchsafed by the American people.