verb (used with object)
Origin of empower
Synonyms for empower
Related Words for empowermentacceptance, acknowledgment, license, admission, endorsement, agreement, dispensation, permit, privilege, approval, concession, warrant, recognition, okay, permission, consent, blessing, assent, go-ahead, clearance
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Contemporary Examples of empowerment
Yet for a vivid decade or so, sleaze was, somewhat paradoxically, a force for literacy and empowerment.How Pulp Fiction Saved Literature
January 8, 2015
The mission is to teach any person to use technology for independence and empowerment no matter where they are located.3-D Printing Is Changing the Future of Prosthetics
December 10, 2014
When A-LIFE began, Page was working on an education and empowerment project with young girls in Liberia.Meet the Liberian Girls Beating Ebola
October 29, 2014
McChrystal argues that service confers empathy, patience, discipline, willingness to sacrifice, and a sense of empowerment.It’s Time for Obama to Heed McChrystal’s Call for the ‘Service Year’
June 23, 2014
Perry is a pop general, perched atop a candy rainbow, bathing her army of fans in an elixir of empowerment.‘Prism’ Review: Katy Perry Perfects the Pop Blockbuster
October 22, 2013
Historical Examples of empowerment
For the sake of its enrichment and its empowerment he subjected himself to rigorous disciplines.Modern Religious Cults and Movements
Gaius Glenn Atkins
There is no higher form of empowerment than in the fulfillment of our individual possibilities.
Empowerment means to facilitate developments that maintain distinctions and result from differences, instead of uniformity.
Empowerment Zones have been creating these opportunities for five years now.