Authorizes [verb]

Definition of Authorizes:

give power or control

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Sentence/Example of Authorizes:

Mr. William Allen White, of Kansas, was present in the office, and authorizes me to state that he substantiates this anecdote.

The 11th section authorizes the coining of the three cent coin, probably to facilitate the payment of these rates.

Nothing authorizes us to affirm that there may not exist, side by side with us, living, invisible forces.

A heart that submits to all the obligations of nature has alone the right to profit also by the liberties which it authorizes.

Section 11 of the law authorizes the President to purchase and store and sell wheat and flour, meal, beans, and potatoes.

The Mosaic law authorizes a father to sell his daughter for a concubine or mistress (euphemistically translated “maid servant”).

The Secretary authorizes me to say also that he will send further relief, if possible.

But it will be replied, Custom is the legislator of language, and custom authorizes the practice I am reprobating.

It does not oblige, but merely authorizes Congress to aid in colonizing such as may consent.

He authorizes us to thus use His name, and the blessings bestowed are just to the extent that that name prevails with God.