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verb as in assign; give portion

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Most will be from Tampa, the league said, but it will allot some tickets to those from other NFL cities.

The league and the NFLPA opted against bubble scenarios for the postseason, choosing to rely on the same strict protocols that enabled the league to complete its 256-game regular season in the originally allotted 17 weeks.

State and territory officials learn how many vaccines they’ve been allotted through their own version of Tiberius, where they can model different distribution strategies.

It finished its 256-game regular season within the originally allotted 17 weeks and has completed the first two rounds of the playoffs, with only the two conference championship games and the Super Bowl remaining.

The authors say Congress needs to allot more money to states and localities to manage and secure elections.

From Vox

If I get possession in the next two years, and you allot me the grazing rights to that area, I'll pay you the balance.

This commission was to allot the public land, in small parcels, to such poor citizens as might apply for it.

I can trust Time to allot me, like every other man, my proper place, or to cast me down if I have been unduly exalted heretofore.

Each of the middlemen would allot himself a profit of from twenty to two hundred per cent.

Do the internal proofs allot all to Fletcher, or assign any share to Shakspeare?


On this page you'll find 91 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to allot, such as: allocate, appoint, apportion, appropriate, assign, and designate.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.