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endowed

[ en-doud ]
/ ɛnˈdaʊd /
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supported by a permanent fund or source of income: A cooperative owned by 50 families set up the endowed scholarship in 2000.
naturally possessing a certain quality, talent, physical feature, or other advantage, especially a sexually attractive feature: She bunched up the blouse behind her to look at herself and sighed at her modestly endowed body.Countries far less endowed than ours have made greater economic progress through greater coherence and unity of purpose.

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