Granting [verb]

Definition of Granting:

authorize, allow

Opposite/Antonyms of Granting:

Sentence/Example of Granting:

This week, the Kresge Foundation announced $30 million in new grant commitments to support anti-racism efforts across the country.

She said she plans to use the grant to lead students into higher paying, more stable careers.

The department also could award grant funding to help schools reduce the use of seclusion and restraint.

It has offered grants to unpublished authors and illustrators from diverse backgrounds.

The move, usually completed within a day or two of the election, also turns over millions of dollars and grants access to government officials, office space in agencies and equipment.

In 2016, the last year of the Obama administration, navigator grants totaled $63 million.

Philadelphia alone received $10 million in private grant funds.

The actress Carole Lombard joked about Grant and Scott, “Randy pays the bills and Cary mails them.”

The council staff provides information to the public about state and community resources, collects data and awards grants that serve the community of people with developmental disabilities.

The debarment will last for three years and means the company cannot receive federal contracts, grants, loans or other financial assistance government-wide.