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Synonyms for empower
ɛmˈpaʊ ərem·pow·er

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  1. empowerverb

    Synonyms:
    let, inspire, permit, allow

    Antonyms:
    ban, prohibit, dishearten, disempower, disspirit, forbid, bar

Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms2.0 / 1 vote

  1. empower

    Synonyms:
    enable, commission, encourage, qualify, delegate, warrant, sanction, direct, authorize

    Antonyms:
    hinder, prevent, discourage, disable, disqualify

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  1. empower, authorise, authorizeverb

    give or delegate power or authority to

    "She authorized her assistant to sign the papers"

    Synonyms:
    invest, authorise, endue, authorize, endow, pass, indue, clear, gift

  2. endow, indue, gift, empower, invest, endueverb

    give qualities or abilities to

    Synonyms:
    vest, put, endue, induct, adorn, authorize, place, clothe, enthrone, dower, endow, invest, present, gift, give, indue, commit, authorise, seat

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  1. empowerverb

    Synonyms:
    authorize, commission, warrant, qualify, give authority to

  2. empowerverb

    Synonyms:
    enable, make able

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  1. List of paraphrases for "empower":

    empowering, empowerment, enable, authorize, authorized

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How to use empower in a sentence?

  1. Monique Gary:

    It's important for those with influence to direct attention to the preventable risk factors for breast cancer and educate and empower women to make lifestyle changes that we know really matter in the fight against breast cancer, for example, the new screening guidelines proposed by the American Cancer Society for women at average risk for breast cancer. I'd love to see women in the limelight speak up about that.

  2. Carlos Curbelo:

    I think that's the nature of the speakership, i'm sure they will not be supporting this process, but I think ultimately it will empower them if we're successful and it will help all of us meet the President's challenge( to resolve the issue). ... It's the House's turn to act. Enough waiting around.

  3. Jody Hice:

    This is an attempt to silence the Christian voice, this is going to literally empower the federal government to force people to contrast their deeply held religious beliefs.

  4. James Goldston:

    Michael has been a stellar addition tothe broadcast. Over the past twoyears on ‘ Good Morning America, ’ he’s proven to be a tireless and versatile broadcaster with an incredible ability to connect with people, from veterans to American pop culture icons and newsmakers, he will end a four year run as Kelly Ripa’s co-host on ‘ Live ! , ’ where he has honed his skills as an interviewer with genuine warmth and a quick wit. At ‘ Good Morning America, ’ he ’ll now have even more opportunities to tell stories that inspire, inform and empower people. Strahan joins the.

  5. Daniel Lebensohn:

    I believe that the most significant thing a collector can do is empower the next generation, not look to control it.


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