Synonyms of endow
1 financeDictionary • The ambassador has endowed a public-service fellowship programme.
finance • new taxes to finance increased military expenditure
fund • The foundation has funded a variety of faculty programs.
award • She was awarded the prize for both films.
confer • An honorary degree was conferred on him by Newcastle University in 1976.
bestow • The Queen has bestowed a knighthood on him.
bequeath • He bequeathed all his silver to his children.
donate money to
2 imbueDictionary • Herbs have been used for centuries to endow a whole range of foods with subtle flavours.
imbue • He is able to imbue his listeners with enthusiasm.
bathe • The arena was bathed in warm sunshine.
saturate • If the filter has been saturated with motor oil, discard it.
pervade • the corruption that pervades every stratum of society
instil • The work instilled a sense of responsibility in the children.
infuse • A strange spirit infused the place.
permeate • The water will eventually permeate through the surrounding concrete.
impregnate • plastic impregnated with a light-absorbing dye
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awardIf someone is awarded something such as a prize or an examination mark, it is given to them.
• She was awarded the prize for both films.
batheIf a place is bathed in light, it is covered with light, especially a gentle, pleasant light.
• The arena was bathed in warm sunshine.
bequeathIf you bequeath your money or property to someone, you legally state that they should have it when you die.
• He bequeathed all his silver to his children.
Thesaurus for endow from the Collins English Thesaurus