be vouchsafed

See: hold, possess
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I hated to go out without having seen my divine Princess, and held her in my arms once again; but if it were not writ upon the book of Fate that such was to be, then would I take the most that was coming to me, and in these last few moments that were to be vouchsafed me before I passed over into that unguessed future I could at least give such an account of myself in my chosen vocation as would leave the Warhoons of the South food for discourse for the next twenty generations.
Being a Turk is a privilege; it is not to be vouchsafed for everyone, especially the Jews.
You're merely profiting from your knowledge of human nature and compensating for the fact that a reliable answer may not be vouchsafed you.