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- n. One who bestows
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One that bestows.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who bestows; a giver; a disposer.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. person who makes a gift of property
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Who killeth them, him will they call a bestower of life; who turneth away from them, him will they regard as turning towards them; who denieth their message, him will they consider as one acknowledging its truth.
Granted, you don't exactly haemorrhage votes in France by assuming the mantle of serial bestower of Hermès scarves the traditional mistress gift.
Beauty was vital to the cathedral if it were to adequately symbolize the celestial City, and indeed beauty pointed to God who was the bestower of all created beauty and in whose Beauty all beautiful things participated.
On the Daily Politics, Jeremy Hunt, secretary of state for culture and bestower of commercial treats to Rupert Murdoch, was questioned by Andrew Neil about Big Dave not seeming to realise that EU competition law will apply to the NHS under the Lansley reforms.
TOMORROW: Our fearless leader and bestower of buses Arianna Huffington stops by Morning Joe.
My homeboy Greg (fellow gamer and bestower of my prized Conan Mego figure, aka "Acorndog") sent me this page from Conan #13, page 2.
"Legitimacy" and recognition will depend on the ideology of the bestower.
Was the serpent, bestower of ethical enlightenment, really the bad guy?
Let us say that art blogs become the main source of information and bestower of prestige and monetary value.
My homeboy Greg fellow gamer and bestower of my prized Conan Mego figure, aka "Acorndog" sent me this page from Conan #13, page 2.