Synonyms for Permit:


open up, put through, help along, carry, lubricate, qualify, encourage. mandate, say yes, give/get the go-ahead, O.K.. card, pass, working papers, building permit, authorisation. animal (noun)
Trachinotus Falcatus.
authority (noun)
authorization (noun)
sanction, warrant.
license (noun)
Empowering, indulgence, authorization, charter, toleration, concession, favor, legalization.
permit (noun)
consent, let, indulgence, toleration, sanction, warrant, pass, permission, favor, legalization, charter, licence, Trachinotus Falcatus, allow, concession, countenance, Empowering, license, privilege.


accede (verb)
allow, assent.
admit (verb)
affirm, confirm, open up, approve.
approve (verb)
approve, affirm, assent, accept, endorse, consent, authenticate, certify, approbate, ratify, validate, authorize, underwrite, sanction, mandate, confirm, encourage.
authorize (verb)
commission, countersign, ordain, deputize, notarize, bless, enfranchise, enable, warrant, entitle, denominate, empower, designate, agree.
communication (verb)
allow, tolerate.
enable (verb)
allow, facilitate.
permit (verb)
accept, condone, agree, say yes, concede, authorize, bless, let, tolerate, enable, empower, endorse.

Other synonyms:

encourage, qualify, working papers, charter, building permit. lubricate, O.K., concession, open up, put through, pass. mandate. carry. card. Trachinotus falcatus
Trachinotus Falcatus.
say yes.
Other relevant words:
carry, Empowering, countenance, pass, encourage, card, indulgence, qualify, concession, permission, authorisation, mandate, licence, legalization, authorization, say yes, favor, Trachinotus Falcatus, toleration, building permit, charter.

Usage examples for permit

  1. But all that prudence would permit he told, or rather, Belle demanded and received at his hands. – Laramie Holds the Range by Frank H. Spearman
  2. It is really remarkable, if you will permit me to say so. – The Brass Bowl by Louis Joseph Vance
  3. Indeed, Lady Angela, you are very kind, he answered, but I could not permit it. – The Betrayal by E. Phillips Oppenheim