1. empower

verb. ['ɪmˈpaʊɝ'] give or delegate power or authority to.


  • charge
  • authorise
  • entitle
  • authorize
  • sanction


  • uncover
  • artifact
  • undress
  • exclude


  • em- (English)
  • power (English)
  • poer (Middle English (1100-1500))

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Rhymes with Empower

  • mph
  • underpower
  • superpower
  • overpower
  • devour
  • trower
  • scour
  • klauer
  • grauer
  • glower
  • flower
  • flour
  • clower
  • brower
  • brougher
  • brauer
  • tower
  • tauer
  • sour
  • shower
  • schauer
  • sauer
  • rauer
  • nauer
  • mauer
  • lauer
  • knauer
  • kauer
  • how're
  • hower

How do you pronounce empower?

Pronounce empower as ɪmˈpaʊər.

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Sentences with empower

1. Adjective, comparative
The company sees its managers as leaders who facilitate inspiration and empower employees.

2. Verb, base form
Assisted living aims to empower the elderly or disabled to live on their own for as long as possible.

3. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
Empowered women empower women.

Quotes about empower

1. I'm thrilled to continue my partnership with U by Kotex for Generation Know while helping to empower girls. I've always been a motivational resource for my younger sisters and hope I can positively impact and inspire other young girls too.
- Khloe Kardashian

2. Don't confuse poor decision-making with destiny. Own your mistakes. It’s ok; we all make them. Learn from them so they can empower you!
- Steve Maraboli, Life, the Truth, and Being Free

3. Kronos would be 10 times more powerful. His very presence would incinerate you. And once he achieves this he will empower the other Titans. They are weak, compared to what they soon will become, unless you can stop them, the world will fall, the gods will die, and I will never achieve a perfect score on this stupid machine.
- Rick Riordan, The Last Olympian

2. empower

verb. ['ɪmˈpaʊɝ'] give qualities or abilities to.


  • cover
  • invest
  • gift
  • endow
  • indue
  • endue


  • arise
  • show
  • fall short of
  • divest


  • em- (English)
  • power (English)
  • poer (Middle English (1100-1500))