v. grant; present as a gift to a fund or cause; contribute
It says malnutrition rates are close to emergency levels and is calling on the public to donate money for clean water, medicine and sanitation.
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The respectable creature, satisfied with his lot whatever it was, arranged our portmanteaux on the little carriage that was to take us into London, as if they were intended to defy the shocks of ages, and received my modestly proffered donation with perfect tranquillity.
David Copperfield By Charles Dickens Context
The carriage and horse she donated to the hospital in a burst of patriotism which she immediately regretted and that brought on more tears.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche Context
They then repeated their cry of Largesse, to which Cedric, in the height of his joy, replied by an ample donative, and to which Athelstane, though less promptly, added one equally large.
That Adam had not, either by natural right of fatherhood, or by positive donation from God, any such authority over his children, or dominion over the world, as is pretended:.
Second Treatise of Government By John Locke Context
The most of this money was obtained by holding festivals and concerts, and from small individual donations.
Up From Slavery: An Autobiography By Booker T. Washington Context