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[lˈɛnt], [lˈɛnt], [l_ˈɛ_n_t]


gave (verb)

allotted, allowed, ascribed, assigned, assisted, attributed, awarded, bequeathed, bestowed, consigned, contributed, delivered, devoted, disbursed, dispensed, doled, donated, endowed, expended, extended, funded, furnished, gave, given, granted, helped, imparted, lavished, offered, paid, pledged, presented, provided, rationed, rendered, sent, served, shared, showered, submitted, supplied, tendered.

lent (verb)

advanced, leased, let, loaned, mortgaged, pawned, sublet.

Other synonyms

Lenten, add, agape, append, banyan day, be suitable, bestow, bland, borrow, borrowed, break, bring, conduce, confer, contribute, convey, disclose, discover, distant, divulge, dropped off, easy, easygoing, elegant, expose, faint, fast, fast day, fasting, feeble, fetch, flabby, flaccid, frugal, gentle, get, give, graceful, impart, impassive, infirm, jour maigre, languid, lax, lead, left alone, left in peace, left out, lend, lending, lenient, lenten diet, lenten entertainment, lententide, limited, loan, march, meager diet, mild, moderate, nerveless, pathetic, quadragesima, reveal, see borrowed, short commons, short rations, slow, soupe maigre, spare diet, unborrowed.

Rhymes for Lent:

  1. meant, lament, bent, brent, spent, gent, extent, ferment, prevent, sent, event, supplement, unspent, pent, percent, relent, rent, went, repent, scent, resent, cent, indent, torment, vent, dent, underwent, unsent, invent, represent, dissent, segment, intent, present, descent, ghent, tent, tashkent, kent;
  2. assent, consent, augment, accent, ascent, cement, content;
  3. discontent, occident, malcontent, circumvent;
  4. misrepresent;

Quotes for Lent:

  1. I have lost my seven best friends, which is to say God has had mercy on me seven times without realizing it. He lent a friendship, took it from me, sent me another. Jean Cocteau.
  2. The Question to be considered is, Whether the Government have reason by a Law, to prohibit the taking more than 4 l. per cent Interest for Money lent or to leave the Borrower and Lender to make their own Bargains. Dudley North.
  3. The paradoxes of today are the prejudices of tomorrow, since the most benighted and the most deplorable prejudices have had their moment of novelty when fashion lent them its fragile grace. Marcel Proust.