[ US /ɛnˈdaʊmənt/ ]
[ UK /ɛndˈa‍ʊmənt/ ]
NOUN
  1. the capital that provides income for an institution
  2. natural abilities or qualities
  3. the act of endowing with a permanent source of income
    his generous endowment of the laboratory came just in the nick of time
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How To Use endowment In A Sentence

  • The watchdog plans to issue formal regulatory guidance setting out how companies should handle endowment complaints and assess where compensation is due.
  • It has cut the final bonuses on its with-profits endowments and pension plans for the second time this year.
  • In order to improve product craft, pandora denounce is gigantic endowment from Italy introduced the first set of gold in Asia electroforming machine equipment, the advanced production cheap pandora equipment, the pandora gold beads electroforming furnishing articles products on the market now, can solve the defect that furnishing articles hardness, surface hardness than traditional products increased more than three times. VInvesting.com
  • By comparison, an Equitable Life 10-year endowment policy, with monthly premiums of £30, would have produced about £8,399.
  • With the remaining resources, institutions are to improve their academic programs and grow the institutional endowment.
  • The difference between endowment mortgages and pension mortgages is that, rather than taking out an endowment policy, you take out a pension plan.
  • In the fourteenth century this custom greatly increased, and small additional side aisles and transepts were often annexed to churches and called mortuary chapels; these were used indeed as chantries, but they were more independent in their constitution, and in general more ample in their endowments. Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Carlisle A Description of Its Fabric and A Brief History of the Episcopal See
  • Edward did not grant her a generous landed endowment, and there are indications that she suffered some financial problems.
  • Pathfinder_ and T.oreau; the scent of the soil, once again, in rain and in shine, is it not conveyed to us with an astonishing distinctness, that is the product of a literary endowment of the rarest order, by such writers as Izaak Walton and Robert Burns, and among recent writers in varying degrees by Richard Jefferies and by Barnes, by T. E. Isopel Berners The History of certain doings in a Staffordshire Dingle, July, 1825
  • The Oxford and Cambridge colleges have numerous endowments.
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