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Definition of "bestowment" [be•stow•ment]

  • The act of bestowing or conferring something, especially an honour. (noun)
  • Something, such as an honour, that is bestowed. (noun)

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Use "bestowment" in a sentence
  • "It also urged the _Federal principle_, that is, the bestowment of all supplies on United States troops, and not on individuals or regiments, and explained to the public that the Sanitary"
  • "   In the Hotel Chelsea the Indian woman beckons and smiles for she stands upon her magic carpet the one she dropped on his patio and he didn't know it then but that dropping of her rug was a blessing a bestowment an endowment of free-floating fortune if not goodness and in the dream he goes to her."
  • "And to think Earl Warren and Thurgood Marshall have departed without a Hannity bestowment."