offer to give

See: dedicate
References in classic literature ?
Having added one of the titles, The Hanging Judge, to the list of projected plays, now thrown aside, and emboldened by my husband's offer to give me any help needed, I concluded to try and write it myself.
And I wonder whether we ought to write to the Miss Alans and offer to give it up.
In a brief statement at the start of yesterday's hearing, the inquiry chairman Sir John Chilcot confirmed Mr Brown had taken up an offer to give evidence within the next two months.
But having pulled back from the brink because, when it came down to it, he simply could not bear to leave the club he had supported all his life, Gerrard thought it only right that he should offer to give up the club captaincy.
Offer to give him a private lesson so you two can get your groove on at the next soiree.