Bestow in a sentence

use Bestow in a sentence

bestow;

[verb] to give as a gift, to give as an honor;

In a great moment today for America, President Obama bestowed the medal of honor on Staff Sergeant Ryan Pitt.

The Bednarik Award will be bestowed upon the nation’s defensive player of the year.

He who gives to another bestows on himself.

The college bestowed an honorary degree on him.

He bestowed a large amount of money on the institute.

They bestowed several gifts on the royal visitors.

She bestowed a gift on me.

Citizen of the West is an honor bestowed annually by the National Western Stock Show.

My reader cannot possibly bestow too much attention upon this.

One of the greatest gifts any parent can bestow on a child is the love for learning and the desire for self-improvement.