Similar words: endowment, cowed, avowed, hallowed, borrowed, run down, window, turn down. Meaning: [ɪn'daʊ] adj. provided or supplied or equipped with (especially as by inheritance or nature).
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1. He endowed a bed in a hospital.
2. Nature has endowed her with beauty and intelligence.
3. She is endowed with great musical ability.
4. They endowed their children with remarkable names.
5. She's endowed with intelligence as well as beauty.
6. Some lucky people are endowed with both brains and beauty.
7. be endowed with sth to naturally have a particular feature, quality, etc: She was endowed with intelligence and wit.
8. The stones are believed to be endowed with magical powers.
9. The rich businessman endowed the hospital with half his fortune.
10. You are endowed with wealth, good health and a lively intellect.
11. Her resistance to the Nationalists endowed her with legendary status.
12. Hong Kong has been endowed with one of the finest natural harbors in the world.
13. Hong Kong has been endowed with one of the finest natural harbours in the world.
14. The state of Michigan has endowed three institutes to do research for industry.
15. He is endowed with both intelligence and good looks.
16. He endowed the hospital with half his fortune.
17. She was endowed with intelligence and wit.
18. Nature had endowed her with exceptional vitality.
19. Sardinia is generously endowed with prehistoric sites.
20. They endowed certain plants with almost magical healing qualities.
21. He was endowed with the spirit of self-sacrifice.
22. She was endowed with both good looks and brains.
23. He is endowed with genius.
24. She is endowed with great writing ability.
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25. Nature has endowed her with great musical ability.
26. This country is favourably endowed climatically.
27. My imagination endowed Constantinople with all the magic of the East.
28. This hospital was endowed by the citizens of Strasbourg in the 16th century.
29. The islands are well endowed with ponds, lakes and streams.
30. In her will, she endowed a scholarship in the physics department.
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