facilitate

Part of speech: verb

To make easter or more convenient.

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Usage examples "facilitate":

  1. Capital, therefore, is not an evil in itself; on the contrary, it is good- so good that one of the great aims of the social reformer ought to be to facilitate its widest possible distribution among his fellow- men. - "In-Darkest-England-and-the-Way-Out", Booth, William.
  2. Every corner, every angle between wall and floor or wall and wall, was rounded, to facilitate cleaning. - "The Card, A Story Of Adventure In The Five Towns", Arnold Bennett.
  3. The Protocol is an attempt to complete the Covenant, to facilitate and develop the procedure of pacific settlement provided therein, and to define more clearly the obligations imposed by it on States Members of the League. - "The Geneva Protocol", David Hunter Miller.