NounSubsidy (plural subsidies)
- financial support or assistance, such as a grant
- (dated) money granted by parliament to the British Crown
Verbs for Subsidy
advance—; appropriate—; disburse—; expend—; yield—; —abets; —assists; —bolsters ; —enables; —encourages; —fosters; —furthers; —protests; —rejuvenates; —relieves; —rescues; —resuscitates; —succors; —supports; —sustains; —wrests.
TLC, accouterment, aid, alimony, allotment, allowance, annuity, armament, assistance, backing, bounty, bread, capitalization, care, carriage, carrying, catering, chandlery, contribution, daily bread, deficit financing, depletion allowance, dole, economic support, endowment, equipment, fellowship, financial assistance, financial backing, financial support, financing, finding, fitting out, funding, furnishing, furnishment, gift, grant, grant-in-aid, grubstake, guaranteed annual income, help, investment, keep, livelihood, living, logistics, maintenance, manna, meat, moral support, mothering, nourishment, nurture, old-age insurance, outfitting, patronization, paying the bills, pecuniary aid, pension, preparation, price support, procurement, providing, provision, provision of capital, provisioning, psychological support, public assistance, public welfare, purveyance, reinforcement, reliance, relief, replenishment, resupply, retailing, retirement benefits, reward, scholarship, security blanket, selling, sponsorship, stake, standing treat, stipend, subsidization, subsidizing, subsistence, subvention, supply, supplying, support, supportive relationship, supportive therapy, sustaining, sustainment, sustenance, sustentation, tax benefit, tender loving care, treat, upholding, upkeep, victualing, welfare, welfare aid, welfare payments