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Word: LEND

The word LEND has appeared in at least 244 clues on different crosswords.

LEND definition(s):

  • bestow a quality on
  • give temporarily; let have for a limited time
  • have certain characteristics of qualities for something; be open or vulnerable to
  • To allow the custody and use of, on condition of the return of the same; to grant the temporary use of; as, to lend a book; -- opposed to borrow.
  • To allow the possession and use of, on condition of the return of an equivalent in kind; as, to lend money or some article of food.

Clue(s)
"""... countrymen, ___..."""
"""...___me your ears."""
"""Borrow"" antonym"
"""I'm giving up the past tense for ___"""
"""___ Me Your Comb"" (Carl Perkins)"
"""___ Me a Tenor"""
"""___ less than thou owest"": Shak."
"""___ me your ears and I'll sing you a song"""
"""___ me your ears"""
"""___ me your ears"": Shak."
-- a hand
... ___ me your ears
Accept an IOU
Act like a library
Act the S&L
Act the pawnbroker
Act the shark (example #2)
Act the shylock
Advance
Advance in the calendar
Advance on credit
Advance recording money
Advance with interest
"Advance, as cash"
"Advance, as money"
Advance; impart
Afford
Afford temporarily
Afford.
Allow temporary use of
Allow the use of
Allow to borrow
Allow to use
Allow to use for a while
Allow to use temporarily
Allow use of.
"Bananas, nuts or crackers"
Banks do this
Be a banker
Be like a bank or library
"Benny Goodman's vocalist, Art"
Bestow temporarily.
Borrow's opposite
Borrower s word
"Circulate, as library books"
Companion of lease.
Conditionally give
Contribute
Contribute obligingly
Deal in money
Disregard Polonius' advice
Do a bank job
Do a bank job?
Do a banker's job
Do a banker's work
Do banker's work
Emulate Shylock
Engage in some banking
Expect back
Extend credit
First verb in Antony's big speech
Float a loan
Front
Front funds
Front the money
Function as a bank
Furnish
Furnish conditionally
Furnish for a time
Furnish for now
Furnish temporarily
"Furnish, for a time"
Furnish.
"Generate interest, in a way"
Get interested?
Give
"Give a hand, say"
Give away temporarily
Give but want back
Give conditionally
Give credit
Give for a time
Give for a while
Give for awhile
Give for now
Give for the moment
Give for the nonce
Give freely
Give obligingily
Give obligingly
Give on a temporary basis
Give on condition
"Give out, as library books"
Give temporarily
Give temporarily.
Give temporary use
Give temporary use of
Give to a borrower
Give up for a while
Give with the intention of getting back
"Give, as a hand"
"Give, as support"
"Give, but expect back"
"Give, but not for keeps"
"Give, for a time"
"Give, for now"
"Give, to a degree"
Give.
Grant a mortgage
"Grant a mortgage, e.g."
Grant for a time
Grant temporary use of
"Grant, as a mortgage"
Grant.
Have an interest in interest
Help a borrower
Help out a borrower
Ignore Polonius' advice
Ignore Polonius's advice
"Ignore Polonius's advice, perhaps"
Ignore the advice of Polonius
Imitate GMAC
Impart
Impart for a while
Impart temporarily
Impart to
Impart.
Kind of lease
Lease leader
Lease preceder
Lease starter?
Lease's partner
Let borrow
Let have for a while
Let someone have
Let use
Let use for now
Libraries do it
Loan
Make a loan
Make advances
Make advances?
Make like a pawnbroker
"Musical comedy ""___ Me a Tenor"""
Oblige a borrower
Offer (a hand)
Offer temporarily
Partner of lease
Partner of lease.
Play Shylock
Play the pawnbroker
Plea to Romans
Provide
Provide pro tem
Provide temporarily
Provide temporary use
"Put up, as money"
"Raise interest, maybe?"
Serve as the bank
"Share, in a way"
"Skynyrd ""___ a Helpin' Hand"""
Spot
Supply on credit
Supply temporarily
Take an IOU
Temporarily allow use of
Transfer temporarily
"Trust with, temporarily"
Verb from Mark Antony
W.W. II's ___-Lease Act
What a bank does
What libraries do
What usurers do
"Word after ""countrymen,"" in a Shakespeare play"
"Word before ""a hand"" or ""an ear"""
Word before lease
Word with an ear
Word with lease
Work in a pawnshop
Work in pawnbrokery
___ a hand
___ a hand (aid)
___ a hand (help out)
___ a hand (help)
___ an ear
___ an ear (hearken)
___ an ear (heed)
___ an ear (listen)
___ an ear: listen
___-Lease Act
___-Lease Act: 1941
___a hand
Give temporarily
Provide temporarily
Give temporarily
Give temporarily
Give temporarily
Give for a time
Allow to borrow
Provide with for a time
Impart
Advance a loan
Give away temporarily
Give for a while
Give temporarily
Advance a loan
Loan
Let borrow
Do a banker's job
Impart
Oblige a borrower
Give temporarily
Give temporarily
Give temporarily
Give temporarily
Give temporarily
Libraries do it
Loan out
Loan
Loan
Give temporarily
Supply short-term
Do a credit union's job
Give temporarily
Give temporarily
Give temporarily
Give temporarily
Advance, as money
Act the shark
Give for a time
Allow temporary use of
Give temporarily
Do a credit union's job
Offer mortgages
Advance credit to
Loan
Impart, as flavor
Make advances, of sorts
Given guidance about new grant
Do a shylock's work
Make like a shark
Furnish
Give for a while
Advance a loan

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