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Empower   /ɪmpˈaʊər/   Listen
Empower

verb
(past & past part. empowered; pres. part. empowering)
1.
Give or delegate power or authority to.  Synonyms: authorise, authorize.
2.
Give qualities or abilities to.  Synonyms: endow, endue, gift, indue, invest.



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"Empower" Quotes from Famous Books



... evading this difficulty would be to empower the court to receive evidence from the natives in all cases relating solely to themselves without the witness being sworn, only allowing testimony of this nature to hold good when borne out by very strong circumstantial evidence; secondly to empower ...
— Journals Of Two Expeditions Of Discovery In North-West And Western Australia, Vol. 2 (of 2) • George Grey



Words linked to "Empower" :   cover, appoint, sanction, charge, enable, gift, authorise, entitle



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