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See definition of allowing on Dictionary.com
  • as inlenient
  • as inpermissive
  • as inpermitting
  • as inthough
  • as inacknowledgment
  • as ingiving

synonyms for allowing

  • benign
  • compassionate
  • compliant
  • forgiving
  • indulgent
  • sympathetic
  • tolerant
  • amiable
  • assuaging
  • assuasive
  • being big
  • benignant
  • charitable
  • clement
  • complaisant
  • condoning
  • easy
  • easygoing
  • emollient
  • excusing
  • favoring
  • forbearing
  • gentle
  • going easy on
  • good-natured
  • humoring
  • kind
  • kindly
  • letting
  • live with
  • loving
  • merciful
  • mild
  • mollycoddling
  • obliging
  • pampering
  • pardoning
  • permitting
  • soft
  • soft-shell
  • softhearted
  • sparing
  • spoiling
  • tender
  • yielding
  • authorizing
  • granting
  • letting
  • sanctioning
  • tolerating
  • lenient
  • permissive

antonyms for allowing

MOST RELEVANT
  • hateful
  • merciless
  • hard
  • intolerant
  • limiting
  • restrictive
  • rigorous
  • severe
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      WORDS RELATED TO ALLOWING

      • acceptance
      • accession
      • acquiescence
      • admission
      • admitting
      • affirmation
      • allowance
      • allowing
      • assent
      • assertion
      • asservation
      • avowal
      • compliance
      • conceding
      • concession
      • concurrence
      • confession
      • confirmation
      • corroboration
      • declaration
      • profession
      • ratification
      • realization
      • recognition
      • yielding
      • allowing
      • awarding
      • bequeathing
      • conferring
      • contributing
      • conveying
      • dispensing
      • distributing
      • doling out
      • donating
      • endowing
      • expending
      • furnishing
      • granting
      • handing out
      • imparting
      • offering
      • passing out
      • permitting
      • presenting
      • remitting
      • supplying
      • transferring
      • yielding
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