Definition of Bestowers

1. Noun. (plural of bestower) ¹



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Definition of Bestowers

1. bestower [n] - See also: bestower

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bestowers

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

Literary usage of Bestowers

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1. The Mythology of Ancient Greece and Italy by Thomas Keightley (1854)
"They are graceful and beautiful themselves, and the bestowers of all grace and beauty both on persons and things. ..."

2. Original Sanskrit Texts on the Origin and History of the People of India by John Muir (1872)
"The givers of gifts abide aloft in the sky ; the bestowers of horses live with the Sun ; the givers of gold attain immortality ; the bestowers of raiment ..."

3. Original Sanskrit Texts on the Origin and Progress of the Religion and by John Muir (1872)
"The givers of gifts abide aloft in the sky; the bestowers of horses live with the Sun; the givers of gold attain immortality ; the bestowers of raiment ..."

4. A collection of tracts on several subjects connected with the civil and by John Lingard (1826)
"As long as I consider the saints as intercessors for grace and salvation, I cannot consider them as the bestowers of grace and salvation. ..."

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