What is another word for authorise?

Pronunciation: [ˈɔːθɔːɹˌa͡ɪz] (IPA)

Authorise is a commonly used word that refers to the process of granting permission to someone or something. This word can be substituted with other synonyms such as permit, empower, approve, sanction, enable, license, endorse, accredit, certify, validate, or legitimize. These synonyms have a similar meaning and can be used interchangeably in particular contexts. These words are often used in the legal, government, or business sectors to grant a person or an entity the authority to undertake particular actions. Synonyms for authorise are beneficial in avoiding repetition when constructing a sentence and can add variety and depth to written communication.

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Usage examples for Authorise

"Suppose," suggested Sheard, "you authorise the announcement in the Gleaner to which I have already referred?
"The Sins of Séverac Bablon"
Sax Rohmer
Even where these graces are totally wanting, the interest of the stories themselves, and the curious picture of manners, which they frequently present, authorise them to claim some respect from the public.
"Minstrelsy of the Scottish border (3rd ed) (1 of 3)"
Walter Scott
2. Provided, nevertheless, that nothing herein contained shall authorise the performing of any of the rites of Christian burial, or the interment of the remains of any such person as aforesaid; nor shall anything hereinbefore contained be taken to alter the laws or usages relating to the burial of such persons, except so far as relates to the interment of such remains in such churchyard or burial ground, at such time and in such a manner as aforesaid.
"England in the Days of Old"
William Andrews

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