subscribe

Part of speech: noun

Subscriber.

Part of speech: verb

To write, as a name, underneath a document; sign with one's own name; give written promise to pay ( money); assent or consent; agree to take a periodical or the like.

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Usage examples "subscribe":

  1. Not only did most of the settlers subscribe, but they put in subscriptions for friends and relatives, so that these might know something of the country and its activities. - "Land of the Burnt Thigh", Edith Eudora Kohl.
  2. I knew a benevolent old lady who, in 1885, was asked to subscribe to a fund for the purchase of " moderate luxuries" for the French soldiers in Madagascar. - "Americans and Others", Agnes Repplier.
  3. Confident that I possess the hearty wishes of success from many valuable patrons, in taking leave, I am happy to subscribe myself, Gentlemen, your most obedient humble servant, Hugh Richardson. - "Toronto of Old", Henry Scadding.