He endowed a bed in a hospital.
She is endowed with great writing ability.
She is endowed with great musical ability.
Our great motherland is favorably endowed climately.
Nature has endowed her with great musical ability.
The rich businessman endowed the hospital with half his fortune.
The cross is endowed with a special meaning for Christians.
This country is favourably endowed climatically.
Many of the most successful people are endowed with brains, talent, and perseverance.
Endowed with intensive structure and soft palate, it leaves long dryish tastes in finish.
He is endowed with genius.
An expert problem solver must be endowed with two incompatible qualities -- a restless imagination and a patient pertinacity.
Languages are endowed with the aesthetics of rhymes, which can be chiefly divided into alliteration, assonance, rhyme and echoism.
This manor was built by Hugo, Sire of Somerel, the same who endowed the sixth chaplaincy of the Abbey of Villiers.
The Fung Hon Chu Endowed Chair of Humanics is set up to commemorate the late Mr.Fung Hon-chu, father of the Fung brothers.
The soul of the criminal policy of temper justice with mercy began from ancient penalty ideas.Today the criminal policy was endowed with timetransgressive implication.
HKBU has established the Fung Hon Chu Endowed Chair of Humanics with a generous donation of HK$10 million from the Fung Hon Chu Foundation.
The city is not endowed with water reserves.
Nature endowed her with both a good mind and good looks.
The rich man endowed the college he had attended.
The Grand Princes and Boyars endowed churches and monasteries.
But chickadees aren't the only ones endowed with chirping abilities.
We want to take constant advantage of all the intoxicating existence we've been endowed with.
And let's not also forget that Africa is endowed with vast natural resources, including significant renewable potential.
Nature had endowed the rest of the human race with a sixth sense and left me out.
Darwin proposed a similar idea to explain why barnacles, which are stuck in one place, are so amply endowed.
At a stroke, in a simple formula, Einstein endowed geologists and astronomers with the luxury of billions of years.
It's not because they're endowed with talent or brains.
We are endowed by our Creator with certain unalienable rights.
Yeah, well, I'm as stubborn as I am well endowed.
I've endowed a new wing at the hospital where I was treated.
Your arm is endowed with power; your hand is strong, your right hand exalted.
This visual age has endowed beauty with new power, and social media have turned great works of art into superstars.
Monks and nuns toiled in scriptoria to understand " a living cosmos endowed by God" , not " a coldly mechanistic natural world" .
Pellegrino gave the priest his phone number with an offer to help Samadova attend Walsh University, with support from the Pellegrino Family Endowed Scholarship.
As the head of a richly endowed faculty at New York University, his contempt for the poverty of British universities could sound gratingly complacent.
It’s the conviction that we are all created equal, endowed by our Creator with certain unalienable rights, among them life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.