Word "LEND" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
bestow a quality on
Synonyms:
add, bestow, bring, contribute, impart
Examples:
Her presence lends a certain cachet to the company

Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
give temporarily; let have for a limited time
Synonyms:
loan
Examples:
I will lend you my car

Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
have certain characteristics of qualities for something; be open or vulnerable to
Examples:
This story would lend itself well to serialization on television
The current system lends itself to great abuse

Crossword Clues for LEND

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Clue Source Date
Provide a mortgage, say Universal 21 Sep 2022
Lead-in to "a hand" or "an ear" Universal 11 Sep 2022
Give temporarily Eugene Sheffer 27 Aug 2022
Give for a time Thomas Joseph 25 Aug 2022
Allow to borrow USA Today 14 Aug 2022
Give temporarily USA Today 02 Aug 2022
Loan out USA Today 26 Jul 2022
Let borrow Family Time 24 Jul 2022
Give for a time Thomas Joseph 22 Jul 2022
Allow to use Newsday 15 Jun 2022
Give for a while Universal 14 Jun 2022
Give temporarily USA Today 20 May 2022
Give temporarily Eugene Sheffer 19 May 2022
Advance The Washington Post 15 Apr 2022
Advance LA Times Daily 15 Apr 2022
Give, but not to keep Wall Street Journal 21 Mar 2022
Let use for a while USA Today 09 Mar 2022
Give temporarily USA Today 10 Jan 2022
Advance Wall Street Journal 12 Oct 2021
Give, for a time Wall Street Journal 29 Sep 2021
Loan out USA Today 17 Sep 2021
Give temporarily Universal 30 Aug 2021
Expect back Newsday 26 Aug 2021
Confer, as credibility New York Times 08 Aug 2021
Give temporarily USA Today 02 Aug 2021
Allow to use The Washington Post Sunday 13 Jun 2021
Provide provisionally Newsday 04 Jun 2021
Provide temporarily Universal 04 Jun 2021
What libraries do LA Times Daily 24 May 2021
What libraries do The Washington Post 24 May 2021
Temporarily give USA Today 13 May 2021
Give temporarily Newsday 11 May 2021
Extend credit Wall Street Journal 12 Apr 2021
Advance Wall Street Journal 24 Mar 2021
Provide temporarily Newsday 15 Mar 2021
Allow to borrow Universal 12 Mar 2021
Give for a while Universal 08 Mar 2021
Let borrow USA Today 16 Feb 2021
Give temporarily Universal 10 Feb 2021
Grant temporary use of Jonesin 09 Feb 2021
Furnish for the moment The Washington Post Sunday 31 Jan 2021
Give for a time USA Today 25 Jan 2021
Allow to use The Washington Post 25 Nov 2020
Offer, as a hand Newsday 19 Nov 2020
Extend credit Universal 09 Nov 2020
Impart Canadiana 28 Sep 2020
Give temporarily USA Today 13 Sep 2020
Give conditionally LA Times Daily 05 Sep 2020
Give conditionally The Washington Post 05 Sep 2020
Banks do it Premier Sunday 30 Aug 2020
Provide temporarily Family Time 30 Aug 2020
Allow to use Universal 19 Aug 2020
Advance LA Times Daily 15 Aug 2020
Advance The Washington Post 15 Aug 2020
Act like a shark, in a way New York Times 31 Jul 2020
What creditors do Universal 21 Jul 2020
Provide to temporarily Family Time 28 Jun 2020
Give temporarily Eugene Sheffer 22 Jun 2020
Give, for now The Washington Post Sunday 21 Jun 2020
Loan out USA Today 06 Jun 2020
Give for a while The Washington Post 22 Mar 2020
Give for a while LA Times Daily 22 Mar 2020
Give for a time Thomas Joseph 13 Mar 2020
Furnish for a while Newsday 01 Dec 2019
Give temporarily The Washington Post 29 Nov 2019
Give temporarily LA Times Daily 29 Nov 2019
Advance, as money The Washington Post 18 Nov 2019
Advance, as money LA Times Daily 18 Nov 2019
Give (a quality) to The Times Concise 12 Oct 2019
Advance, in a way USA Today 16 Sep 2019
Give for a bit Premier Sunday 18 Aug 2019
Offer 63-Acrosses USA Today 02 Aug 2019
Libraries do it USA Today 16 Jul 2019
Impart New York Times 25 Jun 2019
Furnish for a time Newsday 24 May 2019
Expect to get back Newsday 16 May 2019
Offer mortgages Wall Street Journal 07 May 2019
Do a credit union's job USA Today 04 Apr 2019
Extend credit Newsday 03 Apr 2019
Allow to use LA Times Daily 24 Mar 2019
Provide temporarily USA Today 27 Feb 2019
Act the shark Wall Street Journal 14 Feb 2019
Advance, as funds Newsday 20 Jan 2019
Give, but expect back USA Today 13 Jan 2019
Do a credit union's job
Impart
Act the shark
Give, but expect back
Offer mortgages
Provide temporarily
Libraries do it
Advance, in a way
Allow to use
Extend credit
Advance
Give temporarily
Offer 63-Acrosses
Impart, as flavor USA Today 03 Dec 2018
Give to temporarily Family Time 18 Nov 2018
Cariou who won a Tony for 'Sweeney Todd' The Washington Post Sunday 28 Oct 2018
Do banker's work Universal 08 Sep 2018
Emulate a shark, maybe Wall Street Journal 08 Aug 2018
Borrow? U-turn Universal 26 Jul 2018
Offer, as support USA Today 22 Jul 2018
Advance The Sun Two Speed 13 Jun 2018
Finish with first student loan The Sun Two Speed 13 Jun 2018
Await the return of Newsday 31 May 2018
Temporarily provide Universal 02 May 2018
Give for a while USA Today 01 May 2018
Allow temporary use of some woollen dresses The Sun Two Speed 29 Mar 2018
Supply temporarily New York Times 19 Mar 2018
Let go for a while Newsday 21 Jan 2018
Do banker's work
Advance
Give for a while
Offer, as support
Impart, as flavor
Give for a while
Provide temporarily
Temporarily provide
Emulate a shark, maybe
Borrow? U-turn
Supply temporarily
Encouraged to contain northern advance The Telegraph Cryptic 28 Dec 2017
Give for a bit Thomas Joseph 21 Dec 2017
Give for a while New York Times 26 Nov 2017
Furnish New York Times 18 Nov 2017
Make like a shark Wall Street Journal 16 Nov 2017
What banks and libraries do Family Time 12 Nov 2017
Do a shylock's work USA Today 10 Nov 2017
Make advances, of sorts USA Today 26 Oct 2017
Impart The Chronicle of Higher Education 20 Oct 2017
Advance credit to Universal 26 Sep 2017
Offer mortgages New York Times 19 Sep 2017
Allow temporary use of Universal 20 Aug 2017
Advance, as money New York Times 26 Jun 2017
Supply short-term Newsday 18 May 2017
Loan out Premier Sunday 02 Apr 2017
Oblige a borrower Canadiana 06 Feb 2017
Impart Newsday 29 Jan 2017
Do a banker's job USA Today 24 Jan 2017
What libraries and banks do Family Time 16 Jan 2017
Advance, as money
Furnish
Give for a while
Allow temporary use of
Impart
Do a banker's job
Do a shylock's work
Advance credit to
Offer mortgages
Make advances, of sorts
Give away temporarily The Washington Post 26 Dec 2016
Provide with for a time LA Times Daily 07 Dec 2016
Allow to borrow LA Times Daily 05 Dec 2016
Act the shylock USA Today 06 Aug 2016
Circulate, as library books Universal 31 Jul 2016
Opposite of borrow Family Time 25 Jul 2016
-- -lease Premier Sunday 24 Jul 2016
Advance, as money Premier Sunday 13 Mar 2016
Temporarily allow use of USA Today 08 Mar 2016
Generate interest, in a way LA Times Daily 30 Jan 2016
Act the shark (example #2) Wall Street Journal 29 Jan 2016
'I'm giving up the past tense for ___' The Chronicle of Higher Education 22 Jan 2016
First verb in Antony's big speech Newsday 07 Jan 2016
Act the shylock
Generate interest, in a way
Circulate, as library books
"I'm giving up the past tense for ___"
Give temporarily
Extend credit The Washington Post 28 Dec 2015
Allow to borrow The Sun Two Speed 24 Dec 2015
Mix together without leader and advance The Sun Two Speed 24 Dec 2015
Allow temporary use of Family Time 08 Nov 2015
Furnish temporarily New York Times 02 Nov 2015
Grant temporary use of USA Today 22 Sep 2015
Provide pro tem Newsday 06 Aug 2015
Serb leaves blenders in advance Irish Times Crosaire 16 Jul 2015
What libraries do Family Time 13 Jul 2015
Advance Universal 29 May 2015
Give temporary use Universal 14 Mar 2015
Work in a pawnshop USA Today 12 Feb 2015
"Borrow" antonym Universal 19 Jan 2015
Emulate Household Finance Canadiana 12 Jan 2015
Give temporary use
Grant temporary use of
Work in a pawnshop
"Borrow" antonym
Provide temporarily
Furnish temporarily
Grant for a time
Make like a pawnbroker
Allow to use
Provide pro tem
Impart
Advance
Extend credit
Give for a while
Front funds
Extend credit
Expect back
Advance, as cash
Do a usurer's task
Give temporary use of
Give temporarily
"__ me your ears and I'll sing you a song"
What libraries do
Give conditionally
Emulate Shylock
Advance
Give for now
Ignore Polonius' advice
Help out a borrower
Allow temporary use of
-- a hand
What libraries do
Skynyrd "___ a Helpin' Hand"
Front the money
Advance on credit
Let use for now
__ a hand
Give for a while
Advance on credit
Act the pawnbroker
Give on condition
Advance
Give obligingily
__ a hand
Give temporarily
Give away temporarily
Circulate, as library books
Advance recording money
Circulate, as library books
Advance
Advance with interest
What libraries do
Give a hand, say
Do a bank job
Furnish
Advance
Allow to use
Conditionally give
Give, but expect back
Conditionally give
Be a banker
Act the pawnbroker
Extend credit
Contribute
Extend credit
Expect back
Do a bank job?
Work in pawnbrokery
Give, but expect back
Advance
Trust with, temporarily
Furnish temporarily
Extend credit
Give for the nonce
Extend credit
Impart
Libraries do it
Allow to use for a while
Give conditionally
Impart
Libraries do it
Give out, as library books
Offer temporarily
Advance with interest
What a bank does
Furnish
Give on a temporary basis
Allow to use for a while
Give temporarily
Verb from Mark Antony
Verb from Mark Antony
Give away temporarily
Function as a bank
Give temporarily
Impart for a while
Grant, as a mortgage
Provide pro tem
Make advances?
Give up for a while
Front the money
Emulate Shylock
What libraries do
Ignore Polonius' advice
Work in pawnbrokery
Do banking work
Furnish
Furnish for a time
Advance
Give on a temporary basis
Act the shylock
Supply on credit
Give, as support
Impart for a while
"... countrymen, __ ..."
Advance, as money
"... countrymen, __ ..."
Advance, as money
Borrow's opposite
Do a banker's work
___-Lease Act
Contribute
Do banker's work
Advance
Give temporarily
Libraries do it
Furnish temporarily
Extend credit
Provide temporary use
Give temporarily
Afford
Give for a time
Advance with interest
___-Lease Act
Emulate Shylock
___ a hand
Make advances
Grant a mortgage, e.g.
Impart temporarily
Word before "a hand" or "an ear"
Furnish
Impart
Play Shylock
Impart
One way to share
"__ me your ears"
What usurers do
Advance
Advance
Impart
Advance on credit
Supply temporarily
Word before "a hand" or "an ear"
___ a hand (help)
___ a hand (aid)
Plea to Romans
Disregard Polonius' advice
Furnish
Contribute
__-Lease Act
Give for a bit
Spot
Advance
Loan
Let use
Give, for now
Allow to use for a while
Provide pro tem
Grant for a time
Do banker's work
Allow temporary use of
Expect back
Impart
"___ Me a Tenor"
Advance
Make advances?
Advance, maybe
Borrow's opposite
Entrust for a while
Make advances?
Allow to use temporarily
Allow temporary use of
Allow to use temporarily
Libraries do it
Give temporarily
What libraries do
Furnish for now
___ a hand (help out)
Give for a while
Let have for a while
Furnish
Contribute
"___ less than thou owest": Shak.
Lease starter?
Be a banker
Transfer temporarily
Ignore the advice of Polonius
"___ less than thou owest": Shak.
Furnish conditionally
Allow to use
Accept an IOU
Give, to a degree
Allow to use
Advance
Give but want back
Provide for a while
Give obligingly
Give obligingly
. . . ___ me your ears
Emulate Shylock
Give, but not for keeps
What a bank does
Emulate Shylock
What libraries do
Provide monetary aid
Let out
With "a" and 5 Down, help out
Give for a time
Offer temporarily
Make a loan
Grant a mortgage
Furnish for a time
Float a loan
Borrower s word
Supply temporarily
Ignore Polonius's advice, perhaps
. . . ____ me your ears
Act the S&L
Give for awhile
Serve as the bank
Provide pro tem
Impart
Deal in money
Furnish
___ an ear: listen
Put up, as money
Grant temporary use of
Borrow's opposite
Put up, as money
Help out a borrower
Have an interest in interest
Provide temporarily
Make a loan
Play the pawnbroker
Imitate GMAC
Allow to use
Front
___a hand
Word after "countrymen," in a Shakespeare play
Provide
Contribute obligingly
Help a borrower
Allow the use of
W.W. II's ___-Lease Act
"___ me your ears"
Afford temporarily
Give, for a time
Oblige a borrower
___-Lease Act: 1941
"___ me your ears": Shak.
___ an ear (hearken)
Allow use of
Ignore Polonius's advice
Lease preceder
___ a hand (help)
___ an ear (heed)
Give for a time
Provide the use of
What S & L's do
___ an ear (listen)
Word with lease
Lease's partner
Lease leader
Word before lease
Advance; impart
Give, but not for keeps
Engage in some banking
Banks do this
___ a hand (aid)
Give to a borrower
___ a hand
___ an ear
Partner of lease
Word with an ear
Do a bank job
Kind of lease
Impart.
Give temporarily.
Afford.
Partner of lease.
Bestow temporarily.
Give
Grant.
Allow use of.
Give.
Companion of lease.
Furnish.
"___ me your ears."
___ Lease.
Impart to.
Contribute.
Give for a while.
___ an ear.
Adapt one's self to something.
Contribute temporarily.
Libraries do.
Companion of lease, 1941–45.
Reform.
Grant use of.
___-Lease.
Extend credit.
Raise interest, maybe?
Give for the moment
Let someone have
Libraries do it
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