Confers [verb]

Definition of Confers:

discuss, deliberate

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In England, in 1796, doctor Edward Jenner demonstrated that contracting cowpox — a related but much milder virus — conferred immunity against smallpox, and shortly after that, immunization efforts began in earnest across Europe.

Homeownership can confer great benefits — primarily wealth-building but also the stability in knowing your shelter isn’t at the whim of a landlord.

The standardized tests confer privilege on the already advantaged and stigmatize those who have the least.

Say what you will about our celebrity obsession, the participation of megastars does confer some validation on an occasion such as this.

As if that somehow conferred greater status to a book, one that explored the origins and evolution of the universe, as well as to your fortitude for at least having given the story a shot.

Beauty itself confers a certain air of dignity upon its humblest possessor.

You inflict a punishment which confers honour on the culprit in the eyes of the only persons for whose opinion he cares.

Nothing confers more honor on the State where it is established, or more utility on the country at large.

This force it is which confers the property of weight upon matter.

You traverse the world in search of happiness, which is within the reach of every man; a contented mind confers it on all.