verb (used with object), en·a·bled, en·a·bling.
Related formsen·a·bler, nounpre·en·a·ble, verb (used with object), pre·en·a·bled, pre·en·a·bling.
Examples from the Web for enable
“There was great reception,” Drew jokes, adding that perhaps he and his girlfriend, a fellow workaholic, enable each other.How the Property Brothers Became Your Mom’s Favorite TV Stars|Kevin Fallon|November 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Even if their oxygen masks had deployed, there is a microphone in the masks to enable them to send a distress call.Passenger Flights Must Stop Carrying Lithium-Ion Batteries as Cargo|Clive Irving|May 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And do we not yearn to do as they did: enable America to “find its ‘greatness’ again”?Embodying Franklin Roosevelt’s Four Freedoms Remains a Vital Challenge|Harvey J. Kaye|April 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Maybe they enable thinking by letting us watch as our looking gets disabled.
Is the only way to be “pro-friend” to continue to enable her habit—indeed, to buy her bottles of whiskey?
This course will enable you to proceed without any difficulty.English Grammar in Familiar Lectures|Samuel Kirkham
To enable his friend to read, Tarrant had already lit a lamp.In the Year of Jubilee|George Gissing
There was nothing in these signs to enable strangers to suppose they were otherwise than upon the most friendly footing.Louise de la Valliere|Alexandre Dumas, Pere
I shall implore you to invent any way that will enable me to realize life!Love's Pilgrimage|Upton Sinclair
Here the fog had so far lightened as to enable the officers to swing the ship.Fragments of science, V. 1-2|John Tyndall