Definition of bestow:
convey, conduce, tote up, wreak, quarter, consult, cede, kick in, bring in, tally, tot up, lend, append, add together, play, pass on, institute, house, harbor, loan, confer, sum, put up, carry, domicile, summate, make for, billet, tot, add up, conduct, lodge, add, total, hand out, bed, accommodate, accord, take, bring, communicate, transmit, contribute, land, confabulate, bunk, fetch, leave, channel, chip in, berth, get, impart, sum up, room, protection, confab, lead, board, work.
give (part of speech: verb)
- study at give,
- offer (part of speech: verb)
" It is enough," returned the Priest; " you promise, then, that if your daughter, Donna Clara, refuses to obey your wish that she should marry the Conde de San Vincente, she shall assume the veil, with the portion that you would bestow on her if she wedded; for, remember, if you do not, it is at the peril of your own soul, of her's, and of that of your departed wife."- "The Prime Minister", W.H.G. Kingston.
- "Anna St. Ives", Thomas Holcroft.
From that moment I told myself that it was enough for me merely to be near her, to serve her, shield her perhaps, and count, as a rich reward, every chance word or thought or smile she might bestow on me.- "The Red Symbol", John Ironside.