verb (used with object), en·a·bled, en·a·bling.
- en règle,
- en soleil,
- en suite,
- en tire-bouchon,
- enabling act,
Origin of enable
Examples from the Web for enabler
“Centre County was an enabler to him,” Long wrote in an email to The Daily Beast.
“In many ways I think she functioned as an enabler for the regime,” he says.Asma-al-Assad Comes Out in Support of Syria’s Brutal Regime|Josh Dzieza|February 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He was incredibly dedicated to John, extremely loyal, probably spoiled him a little too much, maybe an enabler in some ways.
So when Sadow called Brown an “enabler”—likely meaning that Brown benefitted from the case—he was partly right.