Definition of Bestower

1. Noun. Person who makes a gift of property.




Definition of Bestower

1. n. One that bestows.

Definition of Bestower

1. Noun. One who bestows ¹

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Definition of Bestower

1. one that bestows [n -S] - See also: bestows

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bestower

bestirs
bestness
bestockinged
bestole
bestolen
bestood
bestorm
bestormed
bestorms
bestow
bestowable
bestowage
bestowal
bestowals
bestowed
bestower (current term)
bestowers
bestowest
bestoweth
bestowing
bestowment
bestowments
bestows
bestraddle
bestraddled
bestraddles
bestraddling
bestraught
bestraughted
bestreak

Literary usage of Bestower

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1. The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature by Tobias George Smollett (1812)
"... to the bestower) inflicted on the living. li will give us great pleasure to meet Major Price again OIL the appearance of his second volume. ART. III. ..."

2. Pearls of the Faith: Or, Islam's Rosary, Being the Ninety-nine Beautiful by Edwin Arnold (1883)
"... 17 Praise " the bestower:" unto all that live He giveth, and He loveth those who give. ... bestower."

3. Pearls of the Faith: Or, Islam's Rosary; Being the Ninety-nine Beautiful by Edwin Arnold (1883)
"... the ' bestower,' will provide for us." But Ali turned, heart-sore because the boys Lacked meat, ..."

4. The Lounger's Common-place Book: Or Miscellaneous Collections in History by Jeremiah Whitaker Newman (1838)
"The bestower of praise retired, resolving to dip his pen in the popular and easy colours of embellishment, rather than travel or write to Spain ..."

5. Ṿayyiḳra = Leviticus by Marcus Moritz Kalisch (1867)
"... and like the Shiva of the Hindoos at once as the bestower and destroyer of life, and hence coinciding with Baal;ls he was by the Ammonites called MILCOM ..."

6. History of the City and Cathedral of Lichfield by John Jackson (1805)
"... with awful pleasure, to contemplate the sacred places of religious worship, raised to the glory of the all-bounteous bestower of these divine favors, ..."

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