- v. present participle of bestow.
“The American Library Association, in bestowing on me their highest honor, turned me from a frog into a prince.”
“He is the Giant who most frequently bequeaths nicknames, and he's the most free in bestowing identities too.”
“It is true that God was good to Canada in bestowing upon it untold riches but it took a great people to overcome the difficulties that Providence placed in your way.”
“Nor was he interested, primarily, in bestowing honors, either upon the living or the dead.”
“They seemed to feel they had me under their protection, and vied with each other in bestowing upon me the most considerate attention of which they were capable.”
“It is not by many, or any, chances that I have to wet my feet; so there is small generosity in bestowing two pairs on you or the Doctor.”
“God receives men into His fatherly favor, manifested in bestowing prosperity [Calvin].”
“He, with a noble goodness all his own, took infinite delight in bestowing to prodigality the treasures of his mind and fortune on the long-neglected son of his father's friend, the offspring of that gifted being whose excellencies and talents he had heard commemorated from infancy.”
“Belinda was silent; but, after a pause, she said, 'That it was certainly very dangerous, especially for women, to trust to fancy in bestowing their affections.”
“Here, my Lord, permit me to introduce to you my younger sister; I bespeak your affection for her, and think you will find no difficulty in bestowing it.”
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