أعطى, تلطف بتسليم, أجاز, تعطف
Verb(1) grant in a condescending manner
(1) I noted, with the thrill that circumstances vouchsafe to an active scholar only a few times in a full career, that Agassiz had penciled copious marginal notes into this copy.(2) He didn't vouchsafe any further information, and Wendy certainly wasn't going to pry.(3) The male of the species was not disgraced, that much I can vouchsafe .(4) He claimed that he had been informed that Funfack had indeed been Deputy Chief Medical Officer but he did not vouchsafe who provided that information.(5) When the author indulges his ability to frolic away from the described path (the path, the sole path to which the audience has vouchsafed its interest), the less interested the audience becomes.(6) And yet that billboard vouchsafes to one of the novel's minor characters, J. Edgar's ghostly Sister, a vision of beatitude.(7) He vouchsafed that his mother, 80 years of age, was an avid Internet fan.(8) DoubleClick's shares plummeted on Thursday, largely on news of several impending investigations of its privacy policies, vouchsafing it the un-enviable distinction of leading the NASDAQ's losers for the day.(9) We believe that artists are somehow vouchsafed the ability to tap into a greater knowledge of the human condition and impart this to us.(10) He also vouchsafed to them that police surveillance of Mr Lillie had revealed nothing suspicious.(11) He had won the Nobel Prize for Literature for 1953 and had much to live up to, and, as he vouchsafed to friends, this was also to be his last literary endeavour.(12) Recall the exaggerated influence vouchsafed , not too long ago, to psychoanalytic theory.(13) For him it was a means of revealing the divine principle and concretizing a personal vision of the Supreme Being that had been vouchsafed to him.(14) Even that much explanation is unlikely to be vouchsafed to Michael Wills and his colleagues as they return to the back benches.(15) Catholic opinion was united in its disapproval of the privileges vouchsafed to them by the edict.(16) Seven years later, ├ö├ç├┐He is a good man, we did not suit,├ö├ç├û was the only reason she vouchsafed for the break up of that marriage.
1. vouchsafe ::
2. communicate ::
3. confer ::
4. lend ::
Different Formsvouchsafe, vouchsafed, vouchsafes, vouchsafing
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