V n on n
The 'bestow' group
These verbs are concerned with giving something to someone, or doing something pleasant to them.
he possession of a ghost is thought to confer prestige on the owner of the house to which it belongs.
Japanese car bosses heaped praise on British workers who accelerated their factory into profit a year early.
It involves a substantial amount of money being settled on that child.
The preposition is sometimes upon instead of on.
bestow confer heap lavish press settle
The King and Queen bestowed their grateful thanks upon Lancelot.