allot[ uh-lot ]SEE DEFINITION OF allot
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ALLOT
Of those fifteen hundred, it is proposed to allot three hundred to each of us.
He did not allot to it more than twenty lines out of a full column.
And are you content that I should allot you a position in the wall?
May the Most High ever allot to thee and to me tidings as joyful!
I feel that mine will never change, whatever fortune may allot me.
To allot God a secondary place in life was, to me, inconceivable.
He will look up his list, and allot you the state-room you paid for.
Yet I found it hard to allot her the place suggested by this theory.
They were entitled to such house-boot as the steward might be pleased to allot.
Were Virgil to write now, and you had to allot him his theme, what would it be?