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absolve in Christian theology, to grant pardon or remission of sins to. [1/3 definitions]
accord to grant as proper, suitable, or deserved; bestow upon; give. [1/6 definitions]
admit to grant entry. [1/3 definitions]
agree to grant or concede (usu. fol. by a clause serving as an object). [1/6 definitions]
Aladdin in The Arabian Nights, a boy who finds a magic lamp and ring, each of which enables him to bring forth a powerful genie who can grant his every wish.
appanage a grant of land or revenue made by a king or queen to a dependent member of the royal family. [1/2 definitions]
authorize to give authority for or to; grant power to. [2 definitions]
benefice to grant a benefice to. [1/3 definitions]
blank check (informal) a grant of unlimited freedom or authority. [1/2 definitions]
commission to grant or issue an order giving (some person or group) authority to perform a certain task or function. [2/9 definitions]
concede to grant as a right or privilege. [1/3 definitions]
concession a grant of land or a franchise given by a government or other authority for a specific purpose, as for mining or oil drilling. [1/4 definitions]
dispensation an exemption or release from some obligation or rule, granted by some authority, or the document making such a grant, esp. an exemption from a religious law or vow, granted by church authority. [1/3 definitions]
dispense to grant a release or exemption. [1/4 definitions]
dower to grant a dower or dowry to. [1/3 definitions]
empower to grant legal power or authority to; authorize. [1/2 definitions]
fellowship a grant or stipend given to scholars to further their studies. [1/4 definitions]
forgive to excuse or pardon wrongdoing or one who is guilty of wrongdoing; grant forgiveness. [1/4 definitions]
franchise to grant the rights of citizenship to, esp. the right to vote; enfranchise. [1/5 definitions]
furlough to grant (someone) a furlough. [1/4 definitions]
genie in Islamic mythology, a usu. impish supernatural being, often in human form, that will do one's bidding, esp. grant one's wishes; jinn; jinni.