Bestower in a sentence

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Definition of Bestower

  • One that bestows.
  • person who makes a gift of property

How to use bestower in a sentence. Bestower pronunciation.

But if we reflect deeply we will perceive that the great bestower and giver of life is God; the sun is the intermediary of His will and plan.
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The _triangle_[139] is the symbol of the Supreme Architect of the Universe-the Creator; and when surrounded by rays of glory, it becomes a symbol of the Architect and Bestower of Light.
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Piety, says he, in thanksgiving the Bestower of such abundant blessing, makes a distinction between what has been given and what has been forgiven, i.e., piety regards both what has been given and what has been forgiven, i.e., it compares the greatness of God's blessings and the greatness of our evils, sin and death, with each other, and gives thanks, etc.
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And vultures to the heart of the bestower, Who, having lavished his high gift in vain, Lies to his lone rock by the sea-shore?
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Fortunately he found a disinterested adviser in Mac-Morlan, who pointed out the most proper means of disposing of it for contributing to Miss Bertram's convenience, being no doubt the purpose to which it was destined by the bestower.
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Assuredly we ought with anxious deliberation and abundant consideration, having first invoked the Sevenfold Spirit, that it may burn in our musings as an illuminating fire, fervently to prepare a way without hinderance, that the bestower of all things may be cheerfully worshipped in return for the gifts that He has bestowed, that our neighbour may be relieved of his burden, and that the guilt contracted by sinners every day may be redeemed by the atonement of almsgiving.
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She was no longer the miserable instrument on which he tried his changes of mood; she was again the giver and the bestower, since she held a heart and a heart's happiness in the hollow of her hand.
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She was not only the beneficent creator of all things and the bestower of all blessings: but she was also a demon of destruction who did not hesitate to slaughter even her own children.
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Not merely the empirical fact, acquired by experience in hunting, of the peculiarly vulnerable nature of the heart, but perhaps also the knowledge that the heart contained life-giving blood, helped in developing the ideas about its functions as the bestower of life and consciousness.
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So Shibli Bagarag exclaimed, 'O exalted one, bestower of the bride!
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Titiaca gossiped, and told us the keeper was a magician, and master of the winds, and probably the bestower of rain and sunshine, and certain his light in the tower was connected underground with one of the volcanoes, so that he could tap different grades of earthquakes, graded as "motors, trembloritos, and tremblors," according to size.
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Of course it means _instead of, in exchange for_; and the Evangelist's idea seems to be that as one supply of grace is given and used, it is, as it were, given back to the Bestower, who substitutes for it a fresh and unused vessel, filled with new grace.
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Jesus Christ blends in one sentence, startling in its boldness, the gift of God, and Himself as the Bestower.
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He, in truth, is the Bestower and the Withholder, and He, verily, is the All-Bountiful, the All-Wise.
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Take ye counsel together in all matters, inasmuch as consultation is the lamp of guidance which leadeth the way, and is the bestower of understanding.
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She is the bestower of everything auspicious, and is competent to confer the six well-known attributes beginning with lordship or puissance.
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Verily, kine represent high energy, and are bestowers of great happiness upon all creatures.
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The commentator explains that what is intended is that under the third and fourth circumstances the giver of the girl incurs no sin; under the second, the bestower of the girl (upon a person other than he unto whom a promise had been made) incurs fault.
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Thereupon, that best of bestowers gladly offered unto me half of his seat; and _Vasava_ also with regard touched my person.
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A man who giveth everyone his due, and the bestower of boons, attain happiness, and come by every object of enjoyment; while a man free from envy reapeth perfect ease.
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Examples of Bestower

Example #1
Without this quickening impulse there would be no growth of tree or vegetation, neither would the existence of animal or human being be possible; in fact no forms of created life would be manifest upon the earth.
Example #2
Without the bounty of the sun therefore the world would be in darkness.
Example #3
And now, after all, is there not in this whole prevalence of the name of God, in so many different symbols, throughout the masonic system, something more than a mere evidence of the religious proclivities of the institution?
Example #4
Eye_ is the symbol of the omnipresent God.
Example #5
Besides these, expressions are also found concerning thanksgiving, such as that most beautifully said by Cyprian concerning those communing in a godly way.
Example #6
And hence the term eucharist arose in the Church.